Most Endangered

The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced that two iconic historic places – Annapolis and the Mount Vernon view into Maryland – have been added to America’s 11 Most Endangered ListThe listing is a call to action for all Marylanders.

Aerial view of George Washington's Mount Vernon and historic view into Maryland. Photo from Mount Vernon.

Six-to-Fix

Do you know a preservation project that could use some help? Preservation Maryland welcomes you to apply to our Six-to-Fix program. Applications are due July 27, 2018.

Members of the Mt. Hope Baptist Church community in Charles County with Six-to-Fix professional volunteers, 2017.

RECENT FLOODING

Historic Ellicott City, Maryland experienced another devastating flood on the heels of a comprehensive recovery effort after a major flood in 2016. Donate to the Flood Recovery Fund.

Flood waters down Main Street in Ellicott City, MD, 2018. Photo from Shannon Baranoski.

Explore Maryland Events

There are so many events happening at historic sites across Maryland! Check out our statewide calendar regularly to learn something new.

A recent tour of Highland Beach, a historically African-American waterfront community in Anne Arundel County, 2017.

Direct Funding

Preservation Maryland directly supports preservation projects through the Heritage Fund, a grant program jointly managed with the Maryland Historical Trust.

The South Baltimore Learning Center accepted their Heritage Fund grant with Del. Brooke Lierman, 2017.

PROTECTING THE BEST OF MARYLAND

Preservation Maryland is dedicated to preserving Maryland’s historic buildings, neighborhoods, landscapes, and archaeological sites through outreach, funding, and advocacy.

SUPPORT US

Preservation Maryland’s efforts are made possible through your support. Donate to our advocacy fundbecome a sustaining member, attend an event, and become an advocate.

AMERICA’S MOST ENDANGERED

On June 26, 2018, the National Trust for Historic Preservation announced that two iconic historic places – the Annapolis waterfront and George Washington’s view of Maryland from Mount Vernon – have been added to America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places. The listing is a call to action for all Marylanders.

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