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2014 Endangered Maryland

Big changes are on the horizon for this year’s Endangered Maryland list.  Our successful seven-year partnership with Maryland Life came to an end last summer with the announcement that the magazine ceased publication.  Preservation Maryland is sorry to lose a great partner that helped promote Endangered Maryland sites to a statewide audience.  We now look forward to taking full ownership of this program and using new techniques to reach Marylanders across the state who want to learn more about threatened buildings and landscapes in their community.

The nomination period for 2014 Endangered Maryland has closed.  We recieved a great collection of nominations and look forward to announcing the selected sites in April.

2013 Endangered Maryland

Complete 2013 Endangered Maryland Release

The 2013 Endangered Maryland Sites are: (in alphabetical order).

1. Belward Farm (Montgomery County)

2. Cooper Apartments (Anne Arundel County)

3. Endangered Indigenous Landscapes (Multiple Counties)

4. Fort Carroll (Baltimore County)

5. Locust Grove School and Fort Frederick School (Washington County)

6. Monocacy National Battlefield (Frederick County)

7. Montanverde (Montgomery County)

8. Rogers Buchanan Cemetery (Baltimore City)

9. Scotland Post Office (St. Mary's County)

10. Washington Grove (Montgomery County)

Endangered Maryland Program

Below is a map of all past Endangered Maryland sites. It is interactive, so please click on a marker to find out more about the sites. To view a larger map and to get a complete list of Endangered Maryland sites including descriptions and updates, click here.

For more information please contact Margaret De Arcangelis at 410-685-2886 x302 or mdearcangelis@preservationmaryland.org.


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