Led by architect Gary Kleier, this workshop will explore components of a historic home and highlight how preservation can be the ultimate in "green" living. With 33 years of experience, and specialties in historic renovation, restoration and applying green concepts in historic structures, Kleier is sure to help those dealing with rehabilitation issues in a historic home who are interested in achieving environmentally friendly results in the most cost efficient manner.
Preservation Louisville is co-sponsoring this workshop along with the Metro Louisville Historic Landmarks Commission and the Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office.
Advanced registration is required as class size is limited.
This program is presented with support from The Brown-Forman Corporation.
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