New Survey! COVID-19 Impacts on Maryland’s Cultural, Historical and Natural Heritage Organizations
The Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA) and the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) are seeking information about the economic and human impacts of the ongoing health crisis – the spread of COVID-19 – on heritage sites and organizations in Maryland.
To date, how has your organization been impacted by COVID-19 and the resulting changes to the economy and daily life? Let them know by taking the COVID-19 Impacts on Maryland’s Cultural, Historical and Natural Heritage Organizations Survey.
This information will help update MHT and MHAA’s understanding of how partner organizations across the state continue to be affected and, potentially, identify how they can help. Your feedback will help them tailor assistance and support as we navigate this difficult time together.
Please complete this brief (10-15 minutes) survey by March 12, 2021. You are encouraged to share this survey with others working in cultural, historical and natural resource organizations.
MHAA provides targeted financial and technical assistance within thirteen locally-designated Heritage Areas, each of which has a distinct focus or theme that represents a unique aspect of Maryland’s character. Local partners operating within Heritage Areas may be eligible for a variety of benefits designed to support economic development through heritage tourism, including grants, tax credits and loans. Together, MHAA, the Heritage Areas and local partners support the economic well-being of Maryland’s communities by promoting, sustaining and creating place-based experiences for visitors and residents alike.