In attics and garages, underneath beds, piled in corners or just closeted away, our heritage is slowly but surely disintegrating. Based on an NET Television program featuring professionals from the Nebraska State Historical Society's Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center and the State Library Commission, this site provides practical and effective methods to help ensure that artifacts, photographs, and documents will survive into the future.
This television program features a wide variety of segments, including some shot on location around Nebraska, some shot in the highly specialized laboratories at the Ford Conservation Center in Omaha, and some shot at special Heirloom Health Clinics.
live streaming schedule & on demand videos
|07:00 pm||E.N. Thompson Forum 2014-2015: Chuck and Linda Wilson Dialogue: Cutting Carbon Emissions: Better Environment, Worse Economy?||Debate Summary This Wilson Dialogue will explore the global environmental and financial effect of...|
|Saving Your Treasures: Animal Materials - Skin & Leather||This segment of Saving Nebraska’s Treasures covers the chemical properties of all types of animal-...|
|Saving Nebraska’s Treasures – Preview||If you have a treasure you have been saving and wish to preserve it longer, this program promotion...|
|Big Red Wrap-Up: Big Red Wrap-Up||Husker Radio Co-Analyst Matt Davison joins co-hosts Kevin Kugler and Adrian Fiala for highlights...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Nuremberg||Maj. Carlyle Wilson and 1st Lt. Roy Long describe their experiences while on duty during the...|
|Saving Your Treasures: Animal Materials - Bones, Shells, Etc.||This segment of Saving Nebraska’s Treasures covers the chemical properties of all types of animal-...|
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|Beef State: Basil's Last Stand||Jack and John Maddux, a father-and-son team who own the Maddux Cattle Company, tell the story of...|
|Saving Your Treasures: Metals - Preventative Care||One can protect objects from the natural course of deterioration by practicing preventive care....|
|'68: The Year Nebraska Mattered: Terry Forsberg on covering the 1968 presidential election||Forsberg, the lead reporter for KMTV in Omaha, had a front row seat at many of the most important...|
|The War--Nebraska Stories: Heroes Not Welcome||After fighting bravely, Tuskegee airmen are still treated as second class back home.|