As tax reform moves forward and the future of the federal Historic Tax Credit remains uncertain, Donovan Rypkema of PlaceEconomics discusses why preserving historic places makes good economic sense and the value that the credit adds to community revitalization across the country.
On this episode of PreserveCast, Preservation Maryland spoke with Will Hamilton and Mariah Schwartz of the Historic Charleston Foundation about the historic Aiken Rhett House in Charleston, South Carolina about their preserve-as-found approach to this unique historic house museum.
Flooding is a serious problem for any building, but for a historic building, it can be catastrophic. Fortunately for us there are experts out there like this week’s PreserveCast guest Rod Scott who are able to help property owners take preventative measures.
When you think of archaeology, you may not think of new artifacts being found all the time here in Maryland. But according to our guest, Director of Archaeology for Anne Arundel County Stephanie Sperling, there may be things worth digging up in your backyard!