Outreach is an integral part of Preservation Maryland’s mission and while it is one of the nation’s oldest historic preservation organizations, we regularly embrace new technology and opportunities to share our ethos of preservation and conservation. One of those efforts is PreserveCast, our podcast, that was recently recognized with an award from Historic Annapolis.
Saving the historic fabric of America’s National Parks is a massive job – and it requires a wide range of skills. Teaching those skills and passing down the historic trades within the National Park Service is the responsibility of the National Historic Preservation Training Center. Today’s guest on PreserveCast is Moss Rudley, Superintendant of the Training Center to discuss the unique Center and their effort to train America’s next generation of historic tradespeople.
Today is International Women’s Day, and we know that women have played an essential role in the history of preservation from the Ladies’ Association of Mount Vernon to our own Michelle Eshelman, a recent architecture school graduate that jumped right into the Ellicott City recovery efforts. Here are some great interviews with Maryland women of preservation on our podcast, PreserveCast: