Preservation Maryland’s Executive Director Nicholas Redding is the host of PreserveCast, a podcast with a worldwide listenership that explores the broad world of preservation from every angle – from drones to mudlarking and everything in between.
Preservation Maryland is pleased to announce it has received a grant award from Maryland Humanities’ Voices and Votes Electoral Engagement Project to support the expansion of the organization’s Ballot & Beyond women’s history project.
Cyclists in front of the Greenbelt Museum for the annual Roosevelt Ride, 2017.
Special Podcast Series: Healthy, Hip & Historic: Contextualizing Preservation During an International Pandemic
03/23/2020 By Meagan Baco
As COVID-19 has changed the everyday ways that we interact with each other and our communities, it’s clear that our environment has important physical and psychological effects on us all.
Free Resource: Preservation Maryland’s podcast, PreserveCast, is available for on-demand listening anytime and is offered as a resource to the broader preservation community. A new episode of our Healthy, Hip & Historic series will be released every day this week.
Preservation addresses the physical material of our built environment – and those materials’ potential positive or negative health impacts – so too, does preservation address an emotional connection to a time and place in history.
This unique special podcast series on PreserveCast will feature five preservation visionaries that will place our preservation work in a broader context, identify challenges, and illuminate solutions for linking historic preservation and healthy communities.