Preservation Maryland’s CEO Nicholas Redding and Frederick County Executive Jessica Fitzwater today recognized area farmers from the newly authorized Peace and Plenty Rural Historic District located in the New Market District of southwestern Frederick County, Maryland that includes eight farms and one agricultural lime plant on over 1,000 acres of land.Continue Reading
Every May since 1973 – first as just a week and now for an entire month – the United States has celebrated National Preservation Month as a way to recognize the impact preservation has on historic places and communities.
To be a preservationist, you must be a forward-thinker. An optimist. You need vision to see what could be – and be innovative in your approach to get there.Continue Reading
Maryland Governor Wes Moore announced increased funding for the African American Heritage Preservation Program. Beginning in FY24, the program will have a new annual appropriation of $5 million, up from $1 million annually.Continue Reading
Members of the Preservation Maryland team recently had the pleasure of spending a day in the nation’s Gateway to the West. No, not the one in Missouri—the one right here in Maryland that once served as the start of the United States’ first national highway, the western terminus for the C&O Canal, and a hub for railway companies like the B&O Railroad – our very own Cumberland.Continue Reading