Boise, Idaho – April 25, 2013 – Preservation Idaho is pleased to announce the recipients of the 36th Annual Orchids and Onions Awards.
Every year, Preservation Idaho hosts the Orchids and Onions Awards, an awards ceremony designed to celebrate individuals and organizations that have made a positive contribution to historic preservation, and in turn to bring awareness to those projects that have shown insensitivity to the state’s cultural history.
This year’s Orchids and Onions recipients are as follows:
Excellence in Historic Preservation:
12th Street Bungalow, Idaho Falls, ID – The project fully meets the accepted best practices in historic preservation while serving as an example for the possibilities...
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