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Maryland Resources

The Maryland Department of the Environment is an excellent source of support for brownfield redevelopment in that state.  In addition to the Land Restoration Program (LRP), which focuses on cleaning up brownfield sites, Maryland has Brownfields Revitalization Incentive Program (BRIP) and real property tax credits for sites that are in a participating jurisdiction.

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Additionally, the Advantage Maryland (MEDAAF) program provides funding opportunities for businesses.  The funds must be used to attract and retain businesses, support infrastructure, redevelop brownfield sites, and support strategic planning in eligible industry sectors.

A list of Maryland land revitalization websites is kept updated by the EPA.  WVU TAB maintains contact information for the Maryland Department of the Environment and state EPA representatives.