Training

In the field of preservation, the 20th century was characterized by broad, grassroots engagement and action for the cause of preservation issues; we believe that in the 21st century our success will be increasingly characterized by the effective incorporation of historic preservation in the work of allied professionals.

We offer and promote training opportunities in hands-on preservation, like window repair with David Gibney, and organizational best practices.

Preservation Maryland’s Summer School is now the Old Line State Summit.

OLD LINE STATE SUMMIT
US NAVAL ACADEMY, ANNAPOLIS
WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 2017

Preservation Maryland convenes the preservation community and industry of the Mid-Atlantic at their annual conference, the Old Line State Summit.

This year the Summit will be held at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis and will prominently feature the historic resources, sea level rise research and adaptations, and the strong town/gown partnerships of Annapolis – along with sessions on best practices from other historic communities in Maryland and beyond.

Preservation Maryland expects nearly 150 diverse participants, including architects, planners, engineers, conservators, community volunteers, museum professionals, Main Street managers, fundraisers, small business owners, students and many more to attend the Summit.

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TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

OUR SPONSORS

The Middendorf Foundation

OUR PLANNING PARTNERS

City of Annapolis, Four Rivers Heritage Area, Historic Annapolis, Maryland Historical Trust, University of Maryland

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