The response by Preservation Maryland to the Ellicott City flood of 2016 was an opportunity to utilize our strengths – our understanding of historic buildings – to help those impacted. It has also been one of the greatest challenges. In our “After Action Report,” we summarized our actions to provide the opportunity to learn from our experiences.
At Preservation Maryland, we work very closely with the state’s historic preservation office, the Maryland Historical Trust. Their recently released annual report for 2016 highlights the impact of the state programs for which Preservation Maryland advocates and participates. It’s a great overview and report on the state of preservation:
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Ever visit a historic site and wish that you could see just a little bit more of what things were really like? Thanks to the work of Greg Werkheiser and his partners at ARtGlass, that will soon be possible. Listen as Nick and Greg discuss the future of augmented and virtual reality in historic preservation and heritage tourism, as well as Greg’s pioneering work as a cultural heritage lawyer.