At the March hearing date of HB1513 that would establish a base-level of funding for historic preservation grants in Maryland, Preservation Maryland was joined by amazing colleagues from across the state, including Zunny Miller-Matema of Friends of Tolson’s Chapel. Watch or read her inspiring story and testimony here:
Immediately after the flooding in Ellicott City, Preservation Maryland initiated a statewide fundraising effort and was one of the first non-profit organizations to provide boots-on-the-ground by opening the Ellicott City Preservation Resource Center. That Center has been open and staffed since August, here’s what we’ve contributed to the recovery:
Endangered Maryland is now Six-to-Fix
10/09/2015 By Preservation Maryland
In 2015, Preservation Maryland enhanced their long-standing Endangered Maryland project into Six-to-Fix, an innovative new program that will design new futures for threatened historic buildings across Maryland.
Maryland’s Six-to-Fix is an innovative new program designed to help save threatened resources statewide. Rather than creating lists of threatened buildings, we’re doing something about it: