It’s our job to protect history

The forces of demolition are on the march. Using the tired refrain of ‘urban renewal,’ leaders have called for millions of dollars for demolition projects that could eliminate thousands of historic structures. Your donation is your way of saying demolition is not the only answer; and every dollar matters.

The State has announced with tremendous pomp and circumstance a $700 million plan for demolitions across Baltimore City aimed at abandoned row houses.

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Preservation Maryland’s efforts are made possible through your support. Become a member, donate to the Endangered Property Fund, purchase items from our Amazon Wish List, or support us by shopping at Amazon Smile.

We brought 50+ volunteers to Antietam Battlefield to clear away invasive species for a day, a task that would have taken three weeks without us.

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Your support and commitment to preservation is what we rely on and what makes Maryland great. Consider becoming a donor and standing up with Preservation Maryland.

Your support and commitment to preservation is what we rely on and what makes Maryland great. Consider becoming a donor and standing up with Preservation Maryland.

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We just wrapped our annual Best of Maryland awards and couldn’t be more proud to recognize the people, projects, and places that make Maryland great. Check out photos from the event and make a commitment to join us next year!

This year’s Artisan Award went to the many many talented artisans that revitalized the historic and aesthetic Ivy Hotel in Baltimore.

Protecting The Best of Maryland

Preservation Maryland is dedicated to preserving Maryland's historic buildings, neighborhoods, landscapes, and archaeological sites through outreach, funding, and advocacy.

From Our Blog

AmeiliaEarhart
07/24/2016
by Preservation Maryland

Two Maryland Places to Celebrate Amelia Earhart Day

Each year July 24 is recognized as National Amelia Earhart Day, the first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, who was born on that day in 1897. In 1933, Amelia Earhart and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt flew together from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore, each taking a turn to fly the plane themselves. And there’s a lot more Maryland aviation history to discover:

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