An architect with major experience in land conservation and historic preservation in Jefferson County, Gavin Perry is a former Land Trust Board member and also a former President of the Jefferson County Farmland Protection Board. He received his Degree in Architecture in Australia, studied in England, and then moved to Jefferson County in 1975, working for the Parsons Corporation on projects for the Federal government, including green building renovation projects in Washington, DC. Locally, he helped with studies and construction at the historic Washington family home Claymont Court Mansion. As Land Trust board member for many years, Gavin managed its program for monitoring conservation easements in Jefferson County, including visiting and reporting on each property annually. In 2019, following his work with the Land Trust he became a member of the the Jefferson County Farmland Protection Board, where he served until 2022.
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