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Does living in a historic house located within one of Maryland’s scenic State Parks, Natural Resource Management Areas or other protected state lands sound like a dream come true? Several properties are now available through Maryland’s Resident Curatorship Program:

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04/14/2021
By Elly Colmers Cowan

Sine Die 2021: State Legislative Advocacy Report

The 2021 Legislative Session of the Maryland General Assembly came to a close on Monday, April 12, 2021. After 90 days of championing key bills and testifying on many other pieces of important legislation, it is safe to say that Preservation Maryland had one of its busiest legislative sessions in recent history, and everything was accomplished remotely. With Session adjourned until January 2022, we are happy to report that we were able to make significant advances for preservation and smart growth in Maryland.

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We are halfway through an extremely busy – and all virtual – 90 day legislative session, and Preservation Maryland is staying engaged in Annapolis, with the organization championing several key bills and testifying on many other important pieces of legislation.

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Preservation Maryland is in the midst of one of its busiest legislative sessions, with the organization championing several key bills and testifying on many other important pieces of legislation.

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Does living in a historic house located in one of Maryland’s State Parks sound like a dream come true? Eightrupp Farm in Harford County is now available through Maryland’s Resident Curatorship Program.

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05/15/2019
By Preservation Maryland

Live in History: Ivy Hill in Patapsco Valley State Park

Does living in a historic house located in one of Maryland’s State Parks sound like a dream come true? Ivy Hill in Patapsco Valley State Park is now available through Maryland’s Resident Curatorship Program.

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As part of a year-long initiative to support the historic resources within Maryland State Parks, Preservation Maryland has teamed up with the Department of Natural Resources to document some of those most historic and unique properties in the State Parks. Recently, a team went to the Hornbaker House at Fort Frederick State Park.

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Does living in a historic house located within one of Maryland’s scenic State Parks, Natural Resource Management Areas or other protected state lands sound like a dream come true? The James Stephenson House in Susquehanna State Park is now available through Maryland’s Resident Curatorship Program.

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Does living in a historic house located within one of Maryland’s scenic State Parks, Natural Resource Management Areas or other protected state lands sound like a dream come true? Old Warfield Farm in Patuxent River State Park is now available through Maryland’s Resident Curatorship Program.

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Take a moment to peer into the window of the over 36 year of Douglas Claytor, a Maryland resident, a preservation advocate, and a skilled preservation practitioner and teacher. Doug’s had a hand in many of Maryland’s great restoration projects – and he’s committed to share his knowledge with the next generation of preservationists.

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