Maryland Historical Trust Presents Annual Preservation Awards

In Case You Missed It!

As part of Preservation Month, the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) (a division of the Maryland Department of Planning) is presenting 10 awards this May for noteworthy accomplishments in the preservation field. The awards recognize outstanding education, restoration, and revitalization projects, as well as organizational and individual leadership.

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Maryland Historical Trust Now Accepting Applications for FY22 Historic Preservation Capital Grants

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Figure 1 – Sotterley Plantation gatehouse project, Nancy Easterling. Courtesy Maryland Historical Trust.

Applications are now being accepted for the Historic Preservation Capital Grant Program FY22 round of grants. Applications may be submitted online until March 15, 2022.

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Nominations Now Open for the 2022 Maryland Preservation Awards!

In Case You Missed It!

Figure 1 – A. Hoen & Co. Lithograph Center for Neighborhood Innovation, Project Excellence, Community Impact 2021. Source: MHT.

The Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) is accepting nominations for the 2022 Maryland Preservation Awards! You may complete a nomination here using the 2022 Nomination Instructions. The submission deadline is 11:59 p.m. on February 4, 2022.

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Registration Now Open! Architectural Fieldwork Symposium 

Planning in Progress

Mark your calendars for the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) 2021 Architectural Fieldwork symposium on October 28th and 29th!  

This virtual event will discuss projects including the Maryland slave dwelling survey, laser scanning, the American Indian community in Baltimore, historic graffiti, and planned communities in Maryland.  

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Preserving Brown United Methodist Church

Planning in Progress 

By Andrew Arvizu, MHAA Assistant Administrator with Greg Bowen, Executive Director, American Chestnut Land Trust

Figure 1 – this 1976 photo shos the south an dwest elevations of Brown United Methodist Church.

Over the past 35 years, the American Chestnut Land Trust has worked to preserve the unique environmental and cultural history of Southern Maryland along the Chesapeake Bay.

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