December 2022

Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA) Announces FY2024 Grant Round

The Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA) FY 2024 grant materials for heritage tourism capital and non-capital projects are now available, including a newly revised and streamlined application! (PLEASE NOTE that the questions in the application have changed.) Over $5 million in grant funding will be available for heritage tourism and education projects across Maryland’s 13 heritage areas. Begin the first step in the application process by completing the Intent to Apply form (due January 31, 2023) on the MHAA website and mark your calendar to attend one of several virtual and in-person information sessions. Begin the first...

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Native American Heritage and Archaeology

A new educational toolbox highlighting 13,000 years of indigenous presence in Anne Arundel County The Lost Towns Project, Inc., in collaboration with archaeologists with the County's Cultural Resources Section, is proud to announce the launch of “Native American Archaeology in Anne Arundel County, Maryland: A Heritage Toolbox.” Designed for students, teachers, and the curious public, this virtual toolbox shares exciting local archaeological discoveries, along with images of artifacts from the County's vast archaeological holdings that have helped document and reveal the deep history of indigenous peoples in what is today known as...

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