Salvaged Rogerson Building Items to Help Communities Thrive | Southern Idaho Local News | magicvalley.com

“Upcycling materials from buildings that cannot be saved, may help other historic buildings to be restored and adaptively reused in many downtown cores.” states Julia Oxarango-Ingram, Director of Southern Idaho Rural Development.

“I’m so honored to have worked on this project with an amazingly stellar group of volunteers, as well as representatives of the Twin Falls City URA, Twin Falls City and County Historic Preservation Commissions, The Twin Falls County Historic Museum, Twin Falls area LDS Missionaries, young strong athletes and friends who helped when needed…. and the list goes on! May this set a precedence for future salvage/preservation efforts that can save other buildings from demolition, and adaptively reuse empty and decaying historic downtown buildings. Go Team!”

TWIN FALLS | One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. You’ve probably heard this saying before, but Julia Oxarango-Ingram wants to turn words into action.

Source: Salvaged Rogerson Building Items to Help Communities Thrive | Southern Idaho Local News | magicvalley.com

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