Master Preservationist Program-Day Ten. Rethinking Sustainability and the Meaning of “Green”

I apologize in advance for the brevity of this post because, well, part of our program on day ten was cut short by the pouring rain (no One Cool Blow and TacoBoy for us!).  But I wanted to put some food for thought out there.  Could historic preservation actually be the most sustainable and 'green' of sustainable and 'green' practices?  Could it even be greener? I'll let that sink in for a moment. Now traditionally when we think of going green, we think LEED certified, Energy Star, geothermal heating, solar panels....the list goes on.  But in considering historic homes and their place ...click to read more...
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2 Responses to Master Preservationist Program-Day Ten. Rethinking Sustainability and the Meaning of “Green”

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