Protecting Historic Structures from Natural Hazards and Climate Change
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The Maryland Historical Trust's Cultural Resources Hazard Mitigation Planning Program assists local governments in integrating important historic places into hazard mitigation plans and planning activities.
The program provides technical assistance on a variety of topics related to natural hazards.
Training is also offered through static modules on the
Maryland Historical Trust's website and live presentations on how to conduct a risk assessment and how to complete other components necessary for developing a cultural resources-specific component for a local hazard mitigation plan.
As a member of the
Maryland Resiliency Partnership, the program is supported by the other members of the Partnership. Partners help respond to technical assistance requests and coordinating training.
Maryland InfoPortal - A Digital Catalog of State Assistance Programs
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Maryland InfoPortal (formerly called Redbook Online) is the best one stop for finding financial and non-financial assistance offered by Maryland state government agencies on the web.
Maryland InfoPortal contains links to 700-plus state programs providing financial, non-financial and technical assistance and direct development to local government, civic and private organizations, and individuals.
Continuing Education & Training
In each newsletter, we highlight the most relevant and timely upcoming events. Our
website includes many additional events, so please visit regularly for updates.
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Upcoming Conferences and Seminars
Planning related conferences in Maryland and nearby states.
Planning Practice Wednesday is a service of the Maryland Department of Planning. Planning is providing links to training and educational content relevant to planning and growth as a service to its mailing list subscribers. The content and views expressed are not necessarily those of Planning or the State of Maryland.