2010 marked a new chapter in the history of Randolph Cemetery as the visible effects of over 50 years of damage and neglect were lifted from the cemetery through the start of preservation project. The preservation project focuses on three main areas: the restoration of broken material fabric, the preservation of the cemetery’s landscape, and the preservation of cultural customs present at the cemetery. Prior to 2010 several clearing and surveying projects were completed to identify the boundaries of the cemetery, map out its topography, and to prepare a database of known burials. The preservation project will continue in 2011 with a third and fourth phase of stone restoration, continued landscape preservation efforts, and public events aimed at educating the public about the historical significance of the cemetery.