Month: January 2010
Ruppersberger and Sarbanes Send Staff to Historic Preservation Caucus Briefing
Sustainable Communities Lobby Day in Annapolis – January 27, 2010
Sustainable Communities Lobby Day in Annapolis
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Open to All Marylanders Concerned About the Future of Housing, Transportation Options, the Environment, and Mitigating the Effects of Climate Change Continue reading
Congressman Sarbanes Supports Historic Preservation Funding
For the first time, the federal Historic Preservation Caucus co-chairs coordinated a Dear Colleague letter to Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Director, Peter Orszag, requesting funding for the nation’s core historic preservation programs in the President’s fiscal year 2011 Budget, due for release in early February. The letter requested $50 million for State Historic Preservation Offices, $5 million for a digitization/survey competitive grant program for SHPOs, $20 million for Tribal Historic Preservation Officers, $30 million for Save Americas Treasures and $10 million for Preserve America. Twenty-eight members of the House Historic Preservation Caucus signed-on, including Maryland Congressman John Sarbanes. Continue reading
Maryland Heritage Areas Program Grant Workshops – Register Now!
Are you located in a Certified Heritage Area?
Are you interested in learning more about grants that are available for capital and non-capital projects relating to the preservation of historical, archeological, natural and cultural resources? Continue reading
Maryland Historical Trust has joined the Coalition for Full Funding
The Maryland Historical Trust has joined the Coalition for Full Funding of the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF). The Coalition is a diverse group of national, regional, state, and local organizations that believe full funding of the HPF should be the preservation community’s top priority. Continue reading