Historic Preservation Part 4: Economics & Sustainability
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CE Info: 2.00 HSW LU
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The primary purpose of "Economics and Sustainability" is to examine preservation in the 21st century as it becomes more relevant and mainstream. This course presents examples of how to fund preservation work and addresses the complexities and considerations for doing such work in an environmentally sustainable manner. This course is the fourth of the five-part Historic Preservation series. Each section can be taken as an individual course.
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