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Panel Discussion: Finding Resources for Common Problems in Historic Homes

This panel will focus on helping you find resources so you can complete your house projects. Whether you are a new homeowner, renting an apartment in an old home, or have had a project sitting in your home for ten years, you are welcome to come and learn from this panel of experienced professionals. Each presenter will give a short talk on their personal expertise, and then it will open up to a Q & A for audience members to get their questions directly answered.

Natalie Heneghan: Natalie is the Education Manager at Rethos, a nonprofit that works nationwide to reuse buildings and promote community vitality. She develops workshops that teach homeowners and DIYers about building rehab and maintenance. Driven by a commitment to making rehab more accessible and less daunting, Natalie creates experiences that help people take care of the places they love.
Andy DeRocher: Andy is a design and consulting engineer with HGA, where he specializes in life-cycle sustainability and energy solutions in commercial buildings. His past experience includes designing and installing hydronic heating, plumbing, and renewable energy systems. In his spare time, he and his wife have been attempting to incorporate high performance building strategies while restoring their 1926 bungalow in Madison.
Marc Zettler: Marc is a historic preservation architect and developer who focuses on rehabilitating historic buildings. His firm, Zettler Design Studio, specializes in historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and preservation consulting. One of his most recently completed rehabilitation projects was the Masonic Temple/Exchange State Bank Building (Buzz's Bikes) on La Crosse's North Side. He serves on the board of directors for many local and state preservation commissions.

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