Makerspaces could encourage workers to ‘stay local and flourish’

Even though Western Maryland Works, a 30,000 square foot makerspace in Allegany County, couldn’t open as planned in early 2020 due to the pandemic, the space, packed with high-tech machinery and private offices, hasn’t gone unused over the past 10 months. Soon after the pandemic’s onset, the space’s staff members set to work. They completed 3D … Continue reading Makerspaces could encourage workers to ‘stay local and flourish’