The Foundation is known for its preservation and advocacy programs including protective covenants and easements; education and outreach; and it is the first organization in the country to establish a revolving fund to acquire and preserve important buildings, a model now replicated in historic communities across the nation.
Preservation coupled with education and outreach is at the core of the Foundation's mission. Please join us for upcoming educational lectures.
Date: 5/11/2017 |
Time: 5:30 PM
Christina Butler, local professor and licensed contractor will speak about the growth of Charleston's peninsula, including changes to the river fronts and the challenges of living in a coastal city.
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