Unique environmental characteristics, global political impact, and growing development pressure from private companies are real concerns for the preservation of the Moon – and the human ingenuity that got us there. To ponder preservation on the Moon, Preservation Maryland hosted a free webinar in July 2020 with thought-leaders, Michelle Hanlon of For All Moonkind and Teasel Muir-Harmony of the National Air and Space Museum.
In the first of many free webinars to replace our annual Old Line State Summit, Preservation Maryland hosted over 100 registrants to learn about the work of the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture for a one-hour webinar titled, “Historic Preservation/Self Preservation.”
In the first Old Line State Summit since the launch of Smart Growth Maryland as a major program of Preservation Maryland, our one-day conference focused on the collaboration, advocacy, and technology needed to make preservation and conservation a reality in more and more of Maryland’s communities.
Preservation Maryland and Smart Growth Maryland will host a conference session on climate change and cultural heritage at this year’s Old Line State Summit in Frederick, Maryland. The session will provide a perspective from the local, county, and state level for planning for climate change.