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Hear from some of the inspiring individuals who are shaping the field of preservation in the United States. Learn about their preservation philosophies, inspiration, and accomplishments. Episodes will touch on advocacy, laws and regulations, preservation planning, intangible aspects of historic preservation stewardship, and more. Explore why preservation matters to our podcast guests, how it can make a difference in improving the future quality of life for people in communities around the co ...
 
Keep your ear to the pulse of the mortgage field services industry with a podcast covering the latest hot topics, issues and happenings impacting this ever-changing world. Created to compliment the annual National Property Preservation Conference (NPPC), the only event solely dedication to property preservation in the default servicing space, conference emcee and podcast host Tim Rath will engage an eclectic lineup of guests comprised of industry leaders and influencers for real and relevant ...
 
Water Environment: Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Seas, Groundwater, Wells - Water Conservation, Water Sustainability, Water Preservation, Water Ecology, and other H2O Environmental IssuesContact info: Clean@h2opodcast.com or 206-984-3260; http://H2Opodcast.com
 
A preservationist’s job is to protect. She watches over something precious, something that deserves to be maintained. He understands its worth and displays it carefully to the world in the same way a white-gloved museum curator presents a rare da Vinci. They will forever stand guard and fight for the cause – for a preservationist’s job is never done. We are The Michael Jackson Preservation Project. We are here to promote his artistic brilliance, his unmatched humanitarianism and his life leg ...
 
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On this week’s episode of the Practical Preservation Podcast we spoke with author Marc Howard Ross about his book Slavery in the North: Forgetting History and Recovering Memory. Marc told us about his research and how how got interested in learning about how America chooses to document, or forget, history. You can contact Marc via email... Read Mor…
 
On this week’s episode Danielle spoke with John Phillips of Associated Crafts & Willet Hauser Architectural Glass, Inc about the modernization of stained glass preservation and why educating customers is critical. You can find more information about Associated Crafts & Willet Hauser Architectural Glass, Inc. on their website at: https://stained-gla…
 
Glenn Eldridge ‘The Tinman’ from Chelsea Decorative Metal Co. joined the Practical Preservation podcast to discuss tin ceilings. Chelsea Decorative Metal Co. manufactures tin ceiling panels in a variety of patterns and sizes including Art Deco, Victorian, and Turn of the Century. You can reach Glenn at: Tin Ceilings by The Tinman : Chelsea Decorati…
 
Gwen Jones and Karla Pearlstein of Ariel Grace Design joined the Practical Preservation podcast to discuss custom floor cloths, Bolling & Co. (a previous podcast guest – Gwen is a co-owner), and the Preservation Artisans Guild. You can contact Ariel Grace Designs at: 503-206-2631 or info@arielgracedesign.com or by visiting their website: Custom Flo…
 
Bo Sullivan joined the Practical Preservation podcast to discuss a long career in preservation and his two companies Bolling & Co. (period style wallpaper as art) and Arcalus Period Design Offer for our listeners: 15% off any order from Bolling & Co over $100.00 CODE: PP21 You can reach Bo at either of his websites:... Read More The post Practical …
 
On this week’s episode of the Practical Preservation Podcast we spoke with Mindy Crawford, Executive Director of Preservation Pennsylvania. We discussed the role of the preservation office and the importance of local advocacy in protecting historic buildings. You can find more information on Preservation Pennsylvania and membership opportunities on…
 
On this week’s episode we speak with Neil Rippingale of NR Stonecraft about the history and craft of dry stone. You can contact Neil via email at neilrippingale@aol.com. On this week’s episode we speak with Neil Rippingale of NR Stonecraft about the history and craft of dry stone. You can contact Neil via email... Read More The post Practical Prese…
 
Rory Brennan of Plaster Magic joined the podcast today to discuss his unique products and why repairing is often a better (and easier!) option than replacing, especially when it comes to plaster. You can find Plaster Magic products on their website: https://plastermagic.com, and you can contact the office via email at info@plastermagic.com, or by p…
 
This week on the Practical Preservation Podcast we spoke with Sarah Marsom, Heritage Resource Consultant. We discussed how changes in communication during the pandemic have opened up resources to those who may not have been able to access them before and why inclusive storytelling is important to preservation. We also discussed the importance of sa…
 
On this week’s episode, we spoke with Alyssa Frystak of PlaceEconomics about the benefits of deconstruction, and how data can be used to preserve historic neighborhoods and affordable housing. You can find Ms. Frystak’s recent papers on these topics on the PlaceEconomics website at: https://www.placeeconomics.com. There, you will also be able to fi…
 
Ed Delgado, Managing Director of Mortgage Policy Advisors and Chairman of the Five Star Institute, joins National Property Preservation Conference (NPPC) emcee Tim Rath to discuss the state of housing as it relates to the mortgage servicing industry and what's to come for the remainder of 2021. Delgado has been the moderator for the State of the In…
 
This week on the podcast, we spoke with Candacy Taylor of Taylor Made Culture. We discussed The Green Book, and Ms. Taylor’s latest project documenting Green Book sites across the country. We also discussed the importance of place preservation, and why documenting sites that no longer exist is critical to the American story. You can... Read More Th…
 
This week on the Practical Preservation Podcast we spoke with Katia McGuirk of Moravian Pottery and Tileworks. Katia talked about the history of Moravian and how tile making technology has evolved to adapt to health standards and environmentally safe practices. We also discussed skilled workforce development and the need to inspire a new workforce …
 
This week on the Practical Preservation Podcast we spoke with Matthew Metcalf of the Bucks County Community College Historic Preservation program, and Natalie Henshaw of the Campaign for Historic Trades and Preservation Maryland. Our discussion focused on workforce development in the historic trades, and how to bridge the labor gap in our industry.…
 
On this week’s episode we spoke with Lisa Oestreicher of Oestreicher Architectural Paint Research. Lisa discussed methods of paint research as well as how changes in a home’s paint often indicates historic events in the home such as marriages, celebrations, or new ownership. We also discussed the importance of picking an accurate paint color as... …
 
This week on the Practical Preservation Podcast, Michael Edison of Edison Coatings joined us to discuss how he broke into the field of historic preservation with a degree in chemical engineering. Michael discussed the importance of a well educated staff and why technical trainings are in everyone’s best interest. We also discussed how the field... …
 
Safeguard Properties CEO Alan Jaffa highlights a recently released company report offering a glimpse at what the mortgage field services industry should expect in 2021. Additional topics discussed include FHA conveyance and preparation for the end of current federal COVID-19 eviction and foreclosure moratoriums anticipated for later this year (from…
 
This week Kevin Ritter of Timeless Kitchen Cabinetry joined the Practical Preservation Podcast to discuss his craft of custom cabinetry, common mistakes homeowners make when replacing cabinetry in their historic homes, and why to use natural materials in your historic home. You can find Timeless Kitchen Cabinetry online at http://www.tkcabinetry.co…
 
This week Danielle spoke with Kevin Miller of Energy Auditors, LLC. Listen in for information about why to have an energy audit done for your home. Kevin discusses why to be wary of “free” home audits, and common mistakes home owners make when deciding to improve the energy efficiency of their home. We also discussed... Read More The post Practical…
 
On this week’s episode, Storm Cunningham of the RECONOMICS Institute, joined our discussion. Storm is an author, keynoter, publisher, and advisor, who specializes in the community and regional revitalization process. Storm and Danielle discussed the economics of restoration, and the importance of viewing revitalization as systems, instead of projec…
 
On this week’s episode we spoke with Aubern Mason, an artist who has dedicated her career to historically accurate paint replication. Aubern discussed the intricacies involved in matching colors and styles when painting historic homes and buildings. You can find Aubern on Instagram, Facebook, and Etsy. If your historic property was damaged in the..…
 
This week we spoke with Matthew Christopher of Abandoned America about his photography of abandoned buildings, and how photographs play a role in the preservation of historic places. You can find the Abandoned America website at www.abandonedamerica.us. If you work in restoration and have access to abandoned places you can contact Matthew at admin@…
 
This week we spoke with Sam Pardue of Indow Windows and discussed how innovation can benefit preservation. Sam and Danielle also discussed the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the preservation workspace. You can find Indow Windows on their website or by phone at 503-284-2260. This week we spoke with Sam Pardue of Indow... Read More…
 
This week we spoke with Barbara Pierce and CJ Hurley of CJ Hurley Century Arts about the Arts and Crafts movement, preservation, and the joining of art and home. This week we spoke with Barbara Pierce and CJ Hurley of CJ Hurley Century Arts about the Arts and Crafts movement, preservation, and the joining... Read More The post Practical Preservatio…
 
This week’s episode features Joe Jenkins of the Slate Roof Warehouse, we discussed the history of slate roofing, common mistakes in slate roof maintenance and how to avoid them. If you have interest in learning more about slate roofing make sure to check out Joe’s training center at www.slaterooftrainingcenter.com where you can take classes from...…
 
Josh Coleman and Mike Eenigenburg of Lancaster County Timber Frames Inc. joined us this week to discuss their work in traditional building and timber framing, including hidden gems in historic work, and how to accurately restore or replace framing while adjusting to new codes and requirements. You can find Lancaster Timber Frames on their website..…
 
This week we spoke with John Lindtner of Building Preservation Services about his journey from an MBA grad to a restoration specialist and the importance of preserving historic windows. You can find John on Facebook or his website, and contact him by phone at 302-983-4056 or by email at buildingpreservationservices@gmail.com. This week we spoke wit…
 
On this episode of Practical Preservation, we speak with Don Foster of Masonry Cosmetics Inc. about his career in masonry and the art of brick making. On this episode of Practical Preservation, we speak with Don Foster of Masonry Cosmetics Inc. about his career in masonry and the art of brick making. The post Practical Preservation Podcast Featurin…
 
This week we spoke with Matt Fisher of Reading Blue Mountain and Northern Railroad about the history and current operations of this private railroad servicing eastern Pennsylvania. This week we spoke with Matt Fisher of Reading Blue Mountain and Northern Railroad about the history and current operations of this private railroad servicing eastern Pe…
 
Amy Heavilin of Vivacious Victorian joined the Practical Preservation podcast to discuss documenting the restoration of multiple homes! Amy shares her lessons learned from multiple restoration projects including: know your limits, ask questions, and find local people to build your resource list. If you are looking for inspiration for your project v…
 
John High of Barn Saver joined the Practical Preservation podcast to discuss his work recycling barns. He shared that 30% of our waste is construction by recycling either through architectural salvage or moving the barn he is helping to keep these pieces of history out of the landfill. John’s wife, Linda Oatman High, wrote a... Read More The post P…
 
Timothy Essig of the Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum joined the Practical Preservation podcast to discuss the vision and interpretation of the Landis’ Brothers collection of Pennsylvania German Heritage. The goal of the Landis’ Brothers, “to preserve the vanishing culture” helped to create a farmstead to help show Pennsylvania German Heritage…
 
Tom Brennan, co-founder of The Green Garage and the El Moore, in Detroit, MI, joined the Practical Preservation Podcast to discuss these properties as innovative examples of sustainable working and living spaces. We covered multiple topics, including: Background information about Tom and his wife and co-founder Peggy, and how they came to initiate …
 
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