Tagged as State Parks

Did you know? Visitors of Hispanic descent are one of the fastest-growing and biggest user groups to Maryland’s state parks. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and other agencies like the Chesapeake Conservancy are creating new connections between Maryland’s Latinx communities and the state’s historic and natural resources.

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The Es Mi Parque program posts Spanish-speaking Rangers at some of the most utilized public parks and also hosts educational programming and outreach activities.

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05/15/2019
By Preservation Maryland

Live in History: Ivy Hill in Patapsco Valley State Park

Does living in a historic house located in one of Maryland’s State Parks sound like a dream come true? Ivy Hill in Patapsco Valley State Park is now available through Maryland’s Resident Curatorship Program.

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04/01/2019
By Preservation Maryland

Oxon Cove Land Swap Discussions Continue

While talks with Washington’s NFL team about building its next stadium at Oxon Cove National Park have ceased, the Hogan administration is continuing to pursue the land swap without any meaningful consultation with local officials, the affected communities or the public. The proposal sets a concerning precedent where state lands could be traded away without any public input or a transparent and open process.

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