Annapolis, MD- The Maryland Historical Trust is now accepting nominations for the 2019 Maryland Preservation Awards! You may complete a nomination here using the 2019 guidelines. Nominations are due November 9, 2018.
The Maryland Preservation Awards, presented annually by the Board of Trustees of the Maryland Historical Trust, are the highest level of recognition for historic preservation, heritage education and community development projects in the state. Since 1975, the Maryland Historical Trust has honored the outstanding preservation efforts of more than 250 individuals and projects throughout the state.
Awards are presented in four categories: Leadership and Service, Education and Community Engagement, Project Excellence and Stewardship. To learn more or submit a nomination, visit https://mht.maryland.gov/awards.shtml.
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