Featuring our Partners! Blogs You Should Be Reading

Jun 24 2020

Featuring our Partners! Blogs You Should Be Reading

Blogs not to missEven while they’ve been closed, many of our heritage partners have been busy keeping the public informed with articles, posts, and other creative and educational online content. If you want to stay current on what’s happening in the Four Rivers Heritage area, here are some blogs not to be missed!

Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Save the Bay Blog

CBF’s Save the Bay Blog features a range of informative, engaging, and hopeful stories about CBF, their work, and conservation issues of the moment.

Hammond-Harwood House’s Blog

Among many topics related to this historic house museum, the Hammond-Harwood House blog discusses architecture, shares local recipes, and , highlights items in their collection of fine and decorative arts.

The Historic Annapolis Blog

HA’s blog covers everything from “Caring for Your Treasures” to “Women in Preservation” as they find new ways to preserve and protect the historic places, objects, and stories of Maryland’s capital city, and provide engaging experiences that connect people to the area’s diverse heritage.

Historic London Town’s LT from Anywhere Blog

Learn more about past inhabitants of Historic London Town in the “Lost Lives of London Town” blog entries or virtually explore the gardens through a “Botanist’s Lens” or “Wildlife Wednesdays.”

Inside the Hall: Maryland Hall News Blog

Inside the Hall lets you go behind the scenes at Maryland Hall, take a Digital Gallery Tour of one of their recent exhibits, or delve in the Archives of our region’s cultural core.

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center’s Shorelines Blog

SERC’s blog guides readers through life and science at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center. Learn about SERC’s sites and scenes, the work of its scientists, and much more.

The Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center Blog

Follow the blog of the Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center, Inc. to make sure you don’t miss out on any of their special events or presentations, including the Fannie Lou Hamer Story and other opportunities.

We hope you enjoy these features from our heritage partners. And if we missed your blog, be sure to let us know!