Did you know? Visitors of Hispanic descent are one of the fastest growing and biggest user groups to Maryland’s state parks. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and other agencies like the Chesapeake Conservancy are creating new connections between Maryland’s Latinx communities and the state’s historic and natural resources.
The Old Line State Summit is Maryland’s annual historic preservation conference. This year, Preservation Maryland will offer three workshop-style sessions including an opportunity to get out into historic Frederick to explore its architectural specimens and the interventions that have helped preserve Frederick for current and future generations.
The Old Line State Summit is Maryland’s annual historic preservation conference. This year on Wednesday, July 24, 2019, Preservation Maryland will offer three workshop-style sessions including an off-site session led by the Maryland Historical Trust to present an attic-to-cellar approach to the documentation of historic structures at the Steiner House in Frederick.
Preservation Maryland will host two museum futurists at our annual statewide to highlight active virtual and augmented reality projects that can be implemented at small or large scales. Join Matt Briney of Mount Vernon and Dorothy Stoltz of Carroll County Libraries on Wednesday, July 24, 2019 in Frederick at the Old Line State Summit.