Funding Awards Support Expansion of Preservation Maryland’s Historic Property Redevelopment Program

Preservation Maryland’s Historic Property Redevelopment Program has recently been awarded major funding awards from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development as well as The 1772 Foundation. - March 12, 2021

Preservation Organizations Make $50,000 Investment in Baltimore Revitalization Projects

Seven preservation and revitalization projects in Baltimore City have been awarded a total of $50,000 through the Baltimore City Historic Preservation Fund. - January 14, 2021

Virtual Public Meetings About Falling Waters Battlefield

Preservation Maryland has selected Hanbury Preservation Consulting to complete a preservation project at the Falling Waters Battlefield in Washington County, Maryland. The project is funded by the American Battlefield Protection Program and is now in the public participation phase. The project... - November 06, 2020

Preservation Maryland Completes Maryland's First Statewide Study of LGBTQ History

The Maryland LGBTQ Context Study is a milestone in Preservation Maryland’s multi-year commitment to LGBTQ heritage visibility and adds important inclusive history to the official historic record. - October 29, 2020

African American Heritage Sites of Chesapeake Bay to be Documented with Laser Scanning

Preservation Maryland Receives Funding from Bartus Trew Providence Grant Program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation - October 21, 2020

Craftspeople Responsible for Stunning Renovations at Baltimore’s Pratt Library Honored with Preservation Artisan Award

EverGreene Architectural Arts of NY and F.G. Vogt Company of Virginia complete award-winning and highly-technical restoration of the historic flagship location of one of the oldest public library systems in the United States, Baltimore's Central Library. - October 08, 2020

National Park Service Announces Goodall Preservation Fellows

The National Park Service and Preservation Maryland are pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural Harrison Goodall Preservation Fellowship – three awards that will support innovation and professional growth in the field of historic preservation. - October 02, 2020

Preservation Maryland Executive Director Nicholas Redding Recognized by Young Professional Leader by Baltimore Business Journal

Preservation Maryland’s Executive Director Nicholas Redding has been named one of Baltimore Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 for his leadership and commitment to his chosen field of work: historic preservation – a field with an ethical and practical focus on saving places of local... - September 17, 2020

James Castle, Director of the Brunswick Heritage Museum, Honored with Statewide Volunteer Award

Preservation Maryland’s Best of Maryland awards celebrate the best of the Old Line State’s people, places and preservation projects. This year, the statewide organization is pleased to recognize the work of James R. Castle, volunteer director of the Brunswick Heritage Museum with the... - September 17, 2020

Reimagined Historic Orphan Asylum Becomes Baltimore City Addiction Treatment Center; Wins Statewide "Phoenix" Award

Preservation Maryland recently presented the organizations 2020 Best of Maryland “The Phoenix Award” to the project team and community stakeholders of the large scale renovation project at the Center For Health Care and Healthy Living at the Baltimore Hebrew Orphan Asylum in the Coppin... - September 17, 2020

Viral Historic Real Estate Company to Support Preservation Project in Maryland

Two of the most prominent Instagram accounts dedicated to historic homes and architecture have joined with Preservation Maryland to support the non-profit organization’s latest project; the rehabilitation of an early 19th-century log cabin anchored in the historic African American Jonathan Street neighborhood of Hagerstown, Maryland. - August 21, 2020

Preservation Maryland Managing Federal Grant for First-Ever National Register Nominations of LGBTQ Sites in Maryland

Preservation Maryland is proud to announce that the organization is managing a grant from the National Park Service and Maryland Historical Trust that will result in the first-ever historic designation of a property in Maryland for its significance to LGBTQ history. - June 17, 2020

Heritage Fund Grants Support Hard-Hit Museums and Sites in Maryland

Preservation Maryland and the Maryland Historical Trust’s joint Heritage Fund grant program will provide nearly $50,000 in direct funding to nine cultural groups. - June 04, 2020

National Park Service Awards Preservation Maryland Two Grants to Study and Protect Historic Battlefields

On May 18, 2020, the American Battlefield Protection Program, a unit of the National Park Service, announced Preservation Maryland was the recipient of two competitive battlefield protection planning grants. On the heels of successful projects at South Mountain Battlefield, Fort Tonoloway, and... - May 22, 2020

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