Environmental Education for Washington Midddle School
- The Evergreen Heritage Center received the 2015 Maryland Sustainable Growth Award for its exemplary work in Preservation and Conservation.
- Janice Keene, President of the Evergreen Heritage Center Foundation, received the 2015 Richard A. Johnson Award for her role in educating future leaders.
- Elaine Raesly, Director of EHC Education Programs, received a 2015 STEM Leadership Award from the Allegany College of Maryland for her work in STEM Education.
The latest edition of our newsletter, "Notes from Evergreen", is available online.
Accessibility: The Evergreen Heritage Center (EHC) Foundation strives to ensure that the EHC is accessible to the extent possible for historic sites and that its newly built facilities, including its Learning Center and Green Restroom Facility, meet with the accessibility requirements defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
From I-68 heading west
Take Exit 39 (US 40-West) and turn left onto US-40W, then right onto MD-638, right onto MD-36 (Mt. Savage Rd.), right onto Slabtown Rd., and then right onto Trimble Road.
From I-68 heading east
Take Exit 34 (MD-36) and turn left onto MD-36N, right onto US-40 E, left onto MD-638, right onto MD-36 (Mt. Savage Rd.), right onto Slabtown Road, and then right onto Trimble Road.
For specific directions from your address, visit MapQuest or use the following address to find directions.
Evergreen Heritage Center
15603 Trimble Road NW
Mount Savage, MD 21545