2016 Pacific Northwest Preservation Field School worked at the Mount Rainier National Park
2015 Pacific Northwest Field School worked at Tryon Creek State Park and the A.J. Masters House, both near Portland, Oregon.
The Pacific Northwest Preservation Field School returned to Puget Sound and Whidbey Island for 2013.
The Frenchglen Hotel and Sod House Ranch were the sites of the 2012 Field Schools.
The Peter Roose Homestead and Sol Duc Falls Shelter were the sites of the 2011 Field Schools. Student work included: fence reconstruction, wood window restoration, stabliaition, log construction, and notching.
The Old Idaho State Penitentiary in Boise, ID was the site for the 2010 field school. Student's work included: wood window and door restoration and reconstruction, masonry, and metal work.
In 2009, the field school crew worked on the Frank Lloyd Wright's Gordon House, the Oregon State fairground Historic Poultry Building, and the Silver Falls State Park. Projects included restoration of windows, interior wood finish work, and preservation maintenance.
In 2008 the field school worked on a variety of structures at both Cape Disappointment State Park & Fort Columbia State Park, both near Long Beach, Washington. Participants worked on military structures at Fort Columbia and the North Head lighthouse and keepers house at Cape Disappointment.
During the 2007 field school students worked to rehabilitate a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) kitchen shelter at Heyburn State Park just outside of Plummer, Idaho.
At the 2006 Field school in the North Cascades National Park, students worked on two cabins: Meadow Cabin East and Gilbert's Cabin.
And in 2005, students reconstructed a Civilian Conservation Corps-era (CCC) kitchen shelter at the Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park on the coast of Oregon.
The Railroad Ranch in Idaho's Harriman State Park was the site of the 2004 field school. Students stabilized a log sheep barn with work on its roof, windows, and chinking.
In 2003, the field school moved to the oldest continuously-operating water-powered mill in Oregon, the historic Thompson's Flouring Mill in Shedd. The students' work included: archaeology, timber frame construction and repair, wood window repair, and a study of water-powered engineering.
In 2002, two projects kept the field school busy on Whidbey Island. Participants replaced logs on the block house, reroofed, and made structural changes to the Ebey House and learned about window restorations.
During the Summer of 2001, the field school focused attention on the Wilkins Ranch House located at Point Reyes National Seashore, CA. The house was built (c.1870) as part of a ranch complex for the historic dairy farming industry of the Point Reyes Peninsula.
An historic Queen Anne house in Eugene, Oregon was chosen as the site of the 2000 field school.The house was built in 1888, employing balloon frame construction. Students had the opportunity to restore windows, refinish iron cresting, and work on other late 19th Century details.
In 1999, the field school traveled to Port Townsend, WA. Participants rehabilitated military structures at Fort Worden.
The 1998 field school took place at Fort Stevens State Park, Oregon. Preservation work included the Guard House and the Officer's Quarters.
In 1997, the field school was located at Silver Falls State Park and focused on Depression-era log cabins constructed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA).
The 1996 field school was held in Port Orford on the Oregon Coast and centered on the Cape Blanco Lighthouse (1870) and the Hughes House (1898).
The first field school was offered in 1995 at the Peter French Round Barn (built 1884) in Harney County in Eastern Oregon.