It’s our job to protect history

In response to the devastating flooding in Ellicott City, Preservation Maryland opened a Preservation Resource Center to assist property owners with the complex rehabilitation of flood damaged historic buildings. Support the Center by donating to our Technical Assistance Fund.

During a storm on July 30, 2016, historic Ellicott City experienced dramatic and devastating flooding damaging their historic Main Street and storefronts.

Support Us to Support Preservation

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.

Become a donor

When you donate to Preservation Maryland you directly support important projects all across the state. Donate now and make a difference immediately.

Our Heritage Grant Fund directly invests nearly $100,000 per year in projects all across the state.

Our Events

Join us for the preservation event of the year: Our Six-to-Fix Reveal Party on Thursday, October 13th. We’ll announce six new important projects that we plan to tackle in the year ahead. Get your tickets now and be part of the fix.

All proceeds directly support these worthwhile projects and save Maryland’s irreplaceable heritage.

New class of major Six-To-Fix projects announced and we need you to be part of the fix.
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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

As the days of summer fade away and fall approaches, it can only mean one thing for an archaeologist – lab work. It’s an inevitable part of the process and advances the discoveries of field work into analytical hypothesis about the way that humans may have lived over 10,000 years ago in Maryland.

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Next Upcoming Event

Wed, 10/19 - 12:00pm
Colleague and Partner Event

Maryland Master Naturalist Training

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