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If These Walls Could Talk: Maryland’s Resident Curatorship Program

From the remains of Native American settlements to development undertaken by Europeans, it is difficult to find a part of Maryland that does not possess a unique story to tell. As the largest single public landowner, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources manages a huge portfolio of historically significant properties full of important archeological, architectural  Read the Rest…

Cecil County Curatorship Opportunity

All those interested in becoming curators of the historic Old Bohemia Tennant House in Cecil County are invited to join the Maryland Department of Natural Resources for an open house.  Come tour the house and grounds between 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 7 and learn more abut this historic property and Maryland’s  Read the Rest…

DNR Seeks Caretaker for Historic Gardner Farm

Open House December 13 The Maryland Department of Natural Resources invites citizens interested in becoming curators of the historic Gardner Farm in Harford County to stop by the open house, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., December 13. The property is available for restoration under the DNR’s Resident-Curatorship Program, which matches up historic properties with people interested in  Read the Rest…

Volunteers Needed for Farm Restoration Project

Who: Open to the Public (Student Service Learning Approved) When: Saturday, October 27, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Where: Seneca Creek State Park, Button Farm Living History Center, 16820 Black Rock Road, Germantown Contact: 202-903-4140 or The Menare Foundation, Inc. is seeking volunteers to help clean and prep Button Farm ─ a property in the  Read the Rest…

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AccessDNR December 2016
The December 2016 edition of a monthly video newsletter hosted by Anna Lucente-Hoffmann.