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.
The 2014 application by the State of Maryland to recognize and protect Mallows Bay has been approved by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration early this month. The designation will help protect the natural and cultural resources of the 18-square mile area in Charles County, Maryland.
As a member of Smart Growth Maryland you have a front row seat to the extraordinary breadth of programs which are helping save what makes Maryland, Maryland. Together, we have accomplished a great deal by focusing on preserving Maryland’s unique heritage and forging a more prosperous future.
Many Maryland communities are advancing sustainability projects and policies to improve quality of life for residents, save money, and care for the environment. Mayor Don Briggs of Emmitsburg and former Charles County Commissioner Ken Robinson will discuss sustainability efforts in their communities and share lessons learned and tips for sustainability advocates during this session of the Old Line State Summit to be held on July 24, 2019 at the Delaplaine Arts Center.