America is facing a affordable housing crisis. How can historic preservation help? An expert panel of architects, contractors, and developers will discuss the benefits and challenges of creating and offering affordable housing in historic neighborhoods and buildings during this session of the Old Line State Summit held on June 15, 2018 at the University of Maryland.
By thoughtfully directing growth and development, the concept of Smart Growth can weave together open space conversation, affordable housing, and historic preservation to create a more environmentally and economically sustainable future. An expert panel discuss the growth of Smart Growth in Maryland during the Old Line State Summit hosted by Preservation Maryland at the University of Maryland.
Starting from the outside in, this Old Line State Summit session focused on all the ways that museums, historical societies, and historic sites can increase accessibility and access to their collections — all in support of fulfilling their missions of education and outreach.
On the afternoon of May 27, 2018, Ellicott City, Maryland endured yet another devastating flood— the second time in less than two years. Preservation Maryland stands ready to support the rebuilding, recovery, and rehabilitation of this historic community.