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Late in December 2018, Preservation Maryland was awarded a substantial research grant from the Maryland Historical Trust in the Department of Planning to begin a first-of-its-kind in Maryland project to research historic places across the state important to LGBTQ history.

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Happy New Year: First Day Hikes in Maryland

First Day Hikes are a great way to start of the New Year in a fun and healthy way! Maryland Park Service rangers, staff and volunteers will lead more than 30 hikes on public lands and state parks New Year’s Day.

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With grant funding from the Baltimore National Heritage Area, Preservation Maryland has completed a two-year project to illustrate the labor history of the intact mill villages and buildings along the Jones Falls Valley in Baltimore City’s Hampden neighborhood by researching, designing, and installing eight new interpretative signs.

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This fall, Preservation Maryland announced LGBTQ history and heritage as a new initiative of our proactive Six-to-Fix program and kicked-off the statewide project with a lecture on November 29, 2018 by LGBTQ history and preservation expert Dr. Susan Ferentinos.

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