Learn about different climate change solutions, from natural to engineered remedies, with Marty Hylton, the current President of Architecture Sarasota.
Morris (Marty) Hylton III was the first Historic Architect for Climate Change at the National Park Service. Previously, he served as Director of Historic Preservation and Associate Scholar at the University of Florida's College of Design, Construction and Planning where his research focuses on community engagement, 3D imaging technology, and preserving heritage sites of the recent past, particularly postwar modern architecture and resources.
As part of his duties at the University of Florida, Marty oversaw the Center for World Heritage Research and Stewardship and its Envision Heritage initiative dedicated to exploring how new and emerging technologies can be harnessed to help document, conserve and interpret historic places. He also directed the University of Florida’s Preservation Institute Nantucket, the nation’s oldest, hands-on field school dedicated to historic preservation, and its sister program, the Preservation Institute St. Augustine.