Dan Everhart is an architectural historian with the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD). He received his undergraduate degree in Museum Studies and History from Baylor University and studied in the historic preservation graduate program at the University of Vermont. After four years as an architectural historian with the Intermountain Region of the National Forest Service, Dan accepted his current position with ITD where he assists in completing the federal Section 106 process. The job allows for quite a bit of travel around the state and he intends to exploit that travel for the purposes of this blog. Between 2006 and 2010 he was the President of the Board of Trustees for Preservation Idaho. He is currently the organization’s Treasurer and chairs the Advocacy Committee. Dan’s free time is often spent researching the next Preservation Idaho tour, reading historical non-fiction, or spending time with friends and family.