The Revitalization Support Center Joins the Nonprofit’s Historic Property Redevelopment Program to Help Preserve Historic Properties in Maryland
Preservation Maryland is pleased to announce the launch of a new service line, The Revitalization Support Center, which will aid with complex tax credit applications, National Register of Historic Places nominations, and project management support for non-profit and for-profit organizations on historic property revitalization projects.Continue Reading
There is no question that preservationists put their heart into their work and communities. Now that we’re officially in the month of love, we encourage you to make an origami heart with our special edition phoenix origami paper.Continue Reading
Preservation Maryland and The Campaign for Historic Trades seek applicants for the Cemetery Preservation Workshop Coordinator position.
Cemetery Preservation Workshop CoordinatorContinue Reading
Barns tell the story of Maryland. They are stunning visual anchors on the agricultural landscape that mark time and remind us all of the Old Line State’s farming heritage. From the weathered tobacco barns of Southern Maryland to the towering bank barns of Western Maryland, the forces of nature, development and neglect have left many barns in need of repair. This introductory guide is meant as a first place to begin a project to restore a historic barn.