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Preservation Maryland’s programs touch all 23 counties of our state, investing in the places that Marylanders call home.

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Preservation Maryland remains at the forefront of the preservation movement, creatively tackling issues like the effects of climate change, workforce development, and how to use our past to best support our future.

The Campaign for Historic Trades

A national program in partnership with NPS and powered by Preservation Maryland, The Campaign works to provide all tradespeople with clear career pathways, accessible education, and secure employment.


Protecting Our Past. Investing in Our Future.

Preservation Maryland is a non-profit harnessing the power of historic places by revitalizing and reinvesting in communities, advocating, and building the historic trades workforce for the benefit of all Marylanders. 

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Maryland Awards More Than $5 Million in Heritage Project Grants

Maryland Awards More Than $5 Million in Heritage Project Grants

Governor Wes Moore announced 87 matching grant awards totaling $5.19 million for Maryland nonprofits, local jurisdictions, and heritage tourism organizations by the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority. Grant funding will support heritage tourism projects and activities...

Heritage Orgs Advocate for Cultural Resources Challenge Act

Heritage Orgs Advocate for Cultural Resources Challenge Act

More than 100 diverse organizations, including Preservation Maryland, have signed onto a letter, spearheaded by The National Parks Conservation Association, urging Congress to pass the Cultural Resource Challenge Act of 2024 (H.R. 7936). This legislation, when...

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Preservation Maryland isn’t just preserving the past – we’re investing in our future. Our donors make it all possible.

Our Work

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Although the organization’s core mission remains the same as when we started in 1931, our work has adapted, our strategies have diversified, and our approach has modernized.