Save the Date!

Save the Date for Preservation Kentucky’s 2018 Excellence in Historic Preservation Awards!

 

Each year thousands of Kentuckians work tirelessly to preserve Kentucky’s legacy reflected in our historic buildings, structures, landscapes and prehistoric sites. Preservation Kentucky established the Excellence in Preservation Leadership Awards in 2012 to recognize exceptional accomplishments in the preservation, rehabilitation and interpretation of our architectural and cultural heritage, and to  distinguish best practices in the field.

 

Historic Undulata Farm in Shelby County
Recipients will be honored at Preservation Kentucky’s Annual Meeting & Awards Ceremony at historic Undulata Farm in Shelby County on Saturday, october 27, 2018.
$35 per person includes refreshments and benefits Preservation Kentucky
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Award Categories

 

The awards are named after Kentuckians who have a long service of dedicated volunteer and/or professional time devoted to preserving Kentucky’s architectural, cultural and prehistoric heritage, and underscore the economic development, aesthetic and quality of life benefits of historic preservation.

 

There is no restriction for the beginning or start date of a project.

 

Edith S. Bingham Excellence in Preservation Education 

For preservation educators, projects, or programs that have demonstrated excellence in traditional or nontraditional educational arenas.

 

Linda Bruckheimer Excellence in Rural Preservation Award

For those devoted to preserving Kentucky’s rural heritage with special consideration given to small towns with a population less than 10,000.

 

Christy and Owsley Brown Excellence in Public Service to Preservation    

For public officials or civil servants who have demonstrated leadership in preservation policy on the local, state and/or national level.

 

Helen Dedman Excellence in Preservation Advocacy  

For advocates, volunteers and/or professionals who have shown great commitment of time and resources to furthering historic preservation across the state.

                                   

Barbara Hulette Excellence as Young Preservationist 

For those under the age of 40 who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in historic preservation endeavors.

 

Patrick Kennedy Excellence in Preservation Craftsmanship   

For craftsmen/women who have demonstrated exceptional skills and restoration techniques.

 

David L. Morgan Excellence in Kentucky Historic Preservation Tax Credit 

For commercial and residential projects that have demonstrated excellence in rehabilitation using Kentucky’s State Historic Preservation Tax Credit.

         

Ann Early Sutherland Excellence in Green Preservation   

For leaders who have made a strong connection between the preservation of historic places and environmental concerns, and understand the relationship between the preservation of our built environment and our natural environment.

 

Preservation Kentucky Excellence in Kentucky Cultural Heritage   

For an organization, site or attraction that has preserved and advanced Kentucky’s architectural, cultural and social history through dynamic interpretation and the promotion of historic resources that contribute significantly to our tourism industry and the preservation of our heritage.