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On the 155th anniversary of the Battle of South Mountain, Preservation Maryland is pleased to announce ambitious plans to support and enhance the Maryland Park Service’s efforts at the historic hillside battlefield.

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Join us Wednesday, September 13 from 6:30-8p at McClintock Distilling in Frederick to celebrate Scott Hartwig and the release of his latest book, I Dread the Thought of the Place: The Battle of Antietam and the End of the Maryland Campaign.

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Preservation Maryland is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) for a field survey of historic structures currently on lands managed by the Maryland Park Service.

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Heritage Fund Recipients: Where Are They Now?

The FY23 Heritage Fund grant cycle is currently open. As you prepare your application, read more about the success of three past-awarded projects from across the state.

Non-profit organizations and local jurisdictions are eligible to apply. Eligible projects fall into three general categories: education and research, planning and feasibility, and repair and rehabilitation. The minimum grant is $1,000 and the maximum grant is $10,000. Application deadline is March 31, 2023.

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Preservation Maryland, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, is soliciting proposals from qualified professional consultants to develop a wayfinding signage plan and a message schedule for the South Mountain battleground sites located in Frederick County and Washington County Maryland.

UPDATED: Preservation Maryland requests that interested parties respond to the solicitation by 5 P.M. Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

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Under contract with Preservation Maryland, Hanbury Preservation Consulting conducted two virtual public meetings earlier this month for a project related to the future of Falling Waters Battlefield in Washington County, Maryland.

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Organizations like Preservation Maryland aren’t just preserving the past – we’re investing in our future. In just the past year we’ve invested heavily in our work and refused to accept the mounting challenges as a reason to retreat or hold our position. But – trust me as I say this – we simply cannot rest on our past victories. The future demands action – and with your support, we will make 2021 a year to celebrate.

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As a part of Preservation Maryland’s Battlefield Preservation Campaign, the organization selected two consultants to lead projects in western and southern Maryland.

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Celebrating National Trail Day in Maryland

Each year the American Hiking Society leads and organizing special events for National Trail Day! It’s a great day to explore Maryland’s natural and historic landmarks – often connected through trails and byways. Read on for great trails through the Old Line State:

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On May 18, 2020, The American Battlefield Protection Program, a unit of the National Park Service, announced Preservation Maryland was the recipient of two competitive battlefield protection planning grants.

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