Episode —  № 120

[Healthy, Hip & Historic] “The Future of History” by Greg Werkheiser, Cultural Heritage Partners

In this final episode of PreserveCast’s special Healthy, Hip & Historic series, Greg Werkheiser of Cultural Heritage Partners and ARtGlass presents the awesome opportunities that preservationists have to shape the telling of history well into the future – if, we tap into trends afoot in augmented reality, drone imaging and 3D printing, and artificial intelligence. 

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Episode —  № 119

[Heathy, Hip & Historic] “Reset to Default: Making Preservation the New Normal” by Jim Lindberg, National Trust for Historic Preservation

In the penultimate episode of PreserveCast’s special series during the COVID-19 pandemic, we will hear from Jim Lindberg, Senior Policy Director for the National Trust for Historic Preservation who will discuss the ways the goals of preservation are interconnected with those of advocates for issues like the environment, community health, and equitable development.

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Episode —  № 118

[Healthy, Hip & Historic] “Preserving History, Promoting Health” by Dr. Mimi Narayan

In this third episode of PreserveCast’s special series during the international coronavirus pandemic, we will hear from Dr. Debarati Majumdar “Mimi” Narayan of the Health Impact Project about the impact of historic preservation on the health of our communities and ourselves. As preservation addresses the physical material of our built environment – and those materials’ potential positive or […]

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Episode —  № 117

[Healthy, Hip & Historic] “People, Old Places and Health” by Dr. Jeremy C. Wells

Dr. Jeremy C. Wells is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland’s School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, with a research focus on the ways that people interact with their environment and the ways historic places – their decay and patina – influence their psychological and social health.

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Episode —  № 116

[Healthy, Hip & Historic] “What the Future Holds: Historic Preservation and Community Revitalization” by Storm Cunningham

As a regional partnership planner, Storm Cunningham has facilitated comprehensive revitalization processes, not just a vision, project or plan which help places enhance their economy, boost quality of life and increase climate resilience by repurposing, renewing and reconnecting their natural built and socioeconomic assets.

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Episode —  № 115

Pushing the Outer Limits of Preservation with Michelle Hanlon of For All Moonkind

PreserveCast Log. Star date 97757.16. Today we’re speaking with Michelle Hanlon, Co-Founder and President of For All Moonkind, Inc., a non-profit focused on protecting human cultural heritage in outer space. We’ll push the limits of the National Register and boldly go where no preservationist has gone before. We’ve got 20 minutes, so let’s put this […]

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Episode —  № 114

Making & Marketing New Reasons to Visit the C&O Canal with Heidi Glatfelter Schlag

With 4.4 million visitors in 2018, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal is one of America’s most visited national park sites – a linear treasure of 184.5 miles of history, heritage and nature balanced precariously on the edge of the Potomac River as it curves from Georgetown in the District of Columbia to the foothills of […]

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Episode —  № 113

Roadtripping through America’s Automotive History with Diane Parker of the Historic Vehicle Association

Start your engines – because on this week’s PreserveCast we’re talking historic cars and the history of the American Automobile with Diane Parker, Vice President of the Historic Vehicle Association. Buckle up and hit the clutch, because you’re listening to a revved-up edition of PreserveCast.

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Episode —  № 112

Horses, Houses, and History in Saratoga Springs with Samantha Bosshart

Nestled in the verdant fields and forests of the Hudson Valley, Saratoga Springs is a historic jewel of New York State – a place where the past is evocative and ever-present. The unique and charming character of Saratoga Springs didn’t happen by accident – like many places it’s the result of dedicated preservationists, like today’s […]

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Episode —  № 111

Introducing Young Visitors to Difficult History at Gettysburg with Barbara Sanders

Few names are as synonymous with the Civil War as Gettysburg. For many Americans, Gettysburg is the Civil War – a touchstone of American history that has captured the imagination and interest of the nation since the battle was fought over 150 years ago. Today’s guest, Barbara Sanders, has worked for the National Park Service […]

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Episode —  № 110

[RERELEASE] Exploring the Haunted History of America with Colin Dickey

As preservationists, we here at PreserveCast are usually concerned with the physical history: what we can know from the cold hard facts. But seeing as how it’s October and Halloween is around the corner, we thought we’d talk a little about haunted history. Author Colin Dickey joined host Nick Redding to talk about the history of ghost stories […]

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Episode —  № 109

[RERELEASE] What We Think We Know About Antietam History with Dennis Frye

Do you ever wonder how people can write new books about history? Shouldn’t it never change because it’s all in the past? The truth is anything but. No one can explain that better than our guest, Dennis Frye, as we approach the 157th Anniversary of the Battle of Antietam on September 17. Having been involved in everything […]

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Episode —  № 108

The Science of Data-Driven Community Revitalization with Heather Arnold of Streetsense

Why is it that some communities succeed and others flounder? What draws people into some shops and not others? What makes a great community? Is there a science to revitalizing downtowns and communities? Today’s guest, Heather Arnold, has made a career helping to answer these questions and many more. Grab you calculators and open up […]

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Episode —  № 107

Training the Next Generation in the Traditional Trades with Moss Rudley of the National Historic Preservation Training Center

Saving the historic fabric of America’s National Parks is a massive job – and it requires a wide range of skills. Teaching those skills and passing down the historic trades within the National Park Service is the responsibility of the National Historic Preservation Training Center. Established in 1977 and headquartered in Frederick, Maryland, the Center […]

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Episode —  № 106

David J. Brown Reflects on 20 Years at the National Trust for Historic Preservation

Few names over the past twenty plus years have been as synonymous with the National Trust for Historic Preservation as David J. Brown. David served as the Chief Preservation Officer for the Trust and has worked with several CEOs to implement a complex, difficult and costly mission to save America’s historic places. As David has […]

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Episode —  № 105

Rising from the Ashes with the Catoctin Furnace Historic Building Trades Program

When you think of industrial furnaces you may think of the late 19th or early 20th centuries and places like Baltimore, Buffalo, and Pittsburgh. But, the history of American industry goes back much further – and one of the earliest industrial sites in Maryland is located in the foothills of Frederick County at the Catoctin […]

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Episode —  № 104

Sellabrating State & Local Pride with Ali von Paris of Route One Apparel

This week’s guest has used social media and Marylanders love for our quirky state flag to build an apparel brand from the ground up. Ali von Paris took a dorm room project and turned it into a career – and has used state pride as the backbone for that endeavor. We’ll explore that story and […]

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Episode —  № 103

The Glessner House on Display with Director and Curator, Bill Tyre

Chicago’s Glessner House is a National Historic Landmark that was designed by noted American architect Henry Hobson Richardson and completed in 1887 for John Glessner and Frances Glessner. The structure served as an inspiration to architects such as Louis Sullivan, Mies van Der Rohe, and the young Frank Lloyd Wright and helped redefine domestic architecture.

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Episode —  № 102

Landmarks Illinois’ Statewide Approach to Preservation & Development with Bonnie McDonald

For many listeners, Illinois may only mean Chicago and the hustle and bustle of the second city – but Illinois is a massive state with a rich and stunning diversity of heritage. It’s a big job to advocate for and preserve that heritage and Landmarks Illinois, founded in 1971, is in a race against time […]

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Episode —  № 101

A Retrospective With Your Host, Nick Redding

This is also our 101st episode – and we’re changing the format slightly today to offer a brief retrospective on what we’ve learned about ourselves and preservation over the past 100 episodes – and to talk about where we’re headed moving forward. PreserveCast started as a brainstorming idea here in the Preservation Maryland office about […]

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