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Flooding is a serious problem for any building, but for a historic building, it can be catastrophic. Fortunately for us there are experts out there like this week’s PreserveCast guest Rod Scott who are able to help property owners take preventative measures.

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08/25/2017
By Preservation Maryland

National Parks in Maryland

The National Parks and affiliated sites in Maryland serve over 6.5 million visitors each year according to the National Park Service! We’re proud to host some America’s great historical and cultural treasures including Antietam National Battlefield, Glen Echo Park, Greenbelt Park, Thomas Stone National Historic Site, and many byways and trails.

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When you think of archaeology, you may not think of new artifacts being found all the time here in Maryland. But according to our guest, Director of Archaeology for Anne Arundel County Stephanie Sperling, there may be things worth digging up in your backyard!

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Here at Preservation Maryland we know that historic preservation can be a part of a larger world of reuse and revitalization, and we know that these projects are occurring all over the world. That’s why we brought in Storm Cunningham, an author, speaker, consultant, and thinker whose ideas have been put into practice all across the globe about his perspective on revitalization.

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