The Harrison Goodall Grant for Innovative Historic Preservation gives graduate students and enterprising professionals the opportunity to undertake a focused pursuit that makes a meaningful contribution to the field of historic preservation and support the stewardship of historic resources nationwide and at any level (e.g., federal agencies, state and county parks, non-profit history museums, etc.). The grant is a short-term opportunity to pursue a unique self-directed project under the guidance of a mentor. Recipients will receive recognition for a distinguished achievement while creating original preservation training content, performing research, or enhancing leadership and management skills.
In brief, the grant is meant to encourage and help accomplish something exceptional and innovative.Continue Reading
Save the Date for our largest event of the year Phoenix Rising.
Join us Saturday, October 1st from 4-6p at Jerusalem Mill Village, the historic grist mill along the Little Gunpowder Falls River for locally sourced food and drinks, live bluegrass music, a blacksmith demonstration, and a silhouette artist.Continue Reading
On this week’s PreserveCast, Preservation Maryland’s weekly podcast, we’re talking with Dr. Dennis Doster, who runs the Black History Program for the Prince George’s County Department of Parks and Recreation. In 2021, 158 years after the first Juneteenth, the celebration became a federal holiday changing the understanding of awareness of the holiday for millions of Americans. Dr. Dennis Doster joins us to discuss what the designation means and how Juneteenth fits into the broader American story.Continue Reading
Preservation Maryland is soliciting proposals from qualified consulting firms to complete a feasibility study for the Old Ellicott City Jail, located at 1 Emory Street, Ellicott City, Maryland 21043.