Tagged as Campaign for Historic Trades

12/10/2019
By Preservation Maryland

Video: Preservation Maryland 2019 Donor Impact Report

Preservation Maryland’s work takes us to some of Maryland’s most stunning historic places but also to important places that time has forgotten and to communities that need our help. We work every day to make preservation a priority in approaching the challenges and opportunities of every historic community across Maryland, from Baltimore to Brunswick. In this stunning video, Preservation Maryland is pleased to highlight some of our most important donor-supported work this year.

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The J.M. Kaplan Fund announced today the results of its nationwide search to identify ten exceptionally catalytic social and environmental change initiatives. Preservation Maryland Executive Director Nicholas Redding was selected for his work in launching The Campaign for Historic Trades.

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On October 17, 2019, Aimee Jorjani, the newly appointed Chairman of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, visited the Historic Preservation Training Center in Frederick, Maryland to learn more about the Campaign for Historic Trades.

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Since the launch of the Campaign for Historic Trades, a unique new partnership between Preservation Maryland and the National Historic Preservation Training Center, nearly 60 apprentices have been placed across the country in some of the nation’s most historic and stunning national parks.

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