Liz Petrella, a 2005 graduate of the Historic Preservation program in the School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, recently gave a talk titled "Save the Tobacco Barns," a presentation on tax credits for barn preservation. The Calvert County Historic District Commission and the Sustainable Agriculture Workgroup sponsored the event in which Ms. Petrella, now with the National Park Service, discussed Federal and State tax credit programs. To see a copy of her annotated presentation click here. To learn about Calvert County historic preservation tax credits, contact Kirsti Uunila at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (410) 535-1600 x2504.
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