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Six-to-Fix Event: Cemetery Documentation Training in Anne Arundel County

By Preservation Maryland

Preservation Maryland actively supports the documentation and preservation of Maryland’s sacred burial sites and will co-host a free cemetery documentation training workshop in Anne Arundel County later this month.

Recently, Preservation Maryland has worked to document 100 cemeteries across the state in a partnership with the State Highway Administration and is now focusing on burial sites in Anne Arundel County.

These efforts have been supported by Preservation Maryland staff through the organization’s Six-to-Fix program that recognized Maryland’s cemeteries as a unique threatened historic resources — and has been working with our partners to find tools and solutions that work locally and at the state level.

Register Now: Join Preservation Maryland, the Anne Arundel County Cultural Resources Division, the Anne Arundel Genealogical Society, and the Coalition to Protect Maryland Burial Sites for a free half-day training workshop to learn how to document and report cemetery location and conditions.

Saturday, October 19, 2019
10:00AM -1:00PM
Harvest Hall, Kinder Farm Park
1001 Kinder Farm Park Road
Millersville, MD 21108

Event Details

This free training will include a presentation and in-the-field, hands-on practice. Attendees will be introduced to Anne Arundel County’s Preservation Stewardship Program and it’s new Six-to-Fix partnership with Preservation Maryland focused in the county. The goal is to prepare citizen volunteers in a countywide effort to better manage and protect cemeteries.

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