Over two days in June, Preservation Maryland convened the annual gathering of Maryland’s preservationists for our statewide conference at the University of Maryland campus in the Maryland Milestones State Heritage Area.
The future of digital archiving is now! Museums and historical societies have started to amass large collections of digital images, video files, and documents. There are many established and grassroots resources now available for organizations of all sizes to care for and share these assets. An expert panel will discussed digital archiving at this year’s Old Line State Summit held on June 15, 2018 at the University of Maryland.
The business of local beer, wine, and spirits is booming — locals and travelers alike enjoy trying local one–of–a–kind beverage. Many of these of these noteworthy products and innovative companies are housed in historic buildings and reinvesting in historic and rural areas of Maryland.
Historic development often clustered near abundant natural resources like forests and water and now that many of those traditional paths are using for recreation, historic sites can be connected by walking, kayaking and/or biking! These connections and opportunities were explored during an expert panel at the Old Line State Summit held by Preservation Maryland.