Roger Hammer is a professional naturalist and survivalist instructor. He was the manager of the 120-acre Castellow Hammock Nature Center for the Miami-Dade County Parks Department for 30 years.
Victoria Herrmann is the managing director of The Arctic Institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to Arctic security research. As a National Geographic Explorer, she traveled across the country in 2016 and 2017 interviewing 350 local leaders to identify what’s needed most to safeguard…
The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach's 38th Annual Dinner Dance will be held in Bradley Park.
The Elizabeth L. and John H. Schuler Award was founded in 2005 by Mr. and Mrs. Schuler to recognize new architecture that is designed and built in keeping with the traditional styles of Palm Beach architecture.
Winslow Hastie is President & CEO of Historic Charleston Foundation, a non-profit organization that champions the historic authenticity, cultural character and livability of the Charleston region through advocacy, stewardship, and community engagement.
Raymond Jungles, FASLA, is the founder of the Miami-based Landscape Architecture firm, Raymond Jungles, Inc. (RJI), recognized for excellence in the design and implementation of public and private sector projects.
Dr. Jeremy C. Wells is an assistant professor in the Historic Preservation Program at the University of Maryland, College Park and a Fulbright scholar. His research explores how people perceive and are affected by patina and decay in the built environment; the…
Hunt Slonem is an American artist best known for his “maximalist” paintings of wildlife exotica, as well as his immersive installations in landmark homes across the United States.
Alan is a Founding Principal and the Chief Design Officer of MASS Design Group, whose mission is to research, build, and advocate for architecture that promotes justice and human dignity.
Every year, fourteen rising Yale seniors are selected to be the Whiffenpoofs, the world’s oldest and most famous collegiate a cappella group, and take the year off of school to tour and perform.
Ginny Stibolt is a life-long gardener with an MS degree in Botany from the University of Maryland. Because gardening is different in Florida, she’s been writing about her adventures in Florida gardening since 2004.
The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management is committed to improving quality of life, access, and mobility in a clean, safe, and sustainable environment.
Carlos Mota is a creative consultant with extensive experience in styling, interior design, product design, and advertising campaigns. Formerly international style editor for AD and editor at large for Elle Decor, he is the author of A Touch of Style.