Eastern Shore Land Conservancy

Event Listings


6.24.16  Reimagining Chesterfield (Carter Farm) with Community Conversation

Time: 3 PM to 6 PM

Location: 408 Chesterfield Ave., Centreville, MD

Enjoy some snacks on the front porch or play some cornhole. Unwind while discussing and hearing thoughts about how we can reimagine Chesterfield as a vibrant part of the Centreville community.

Questions? Contact ESLC Program Assistant Rachel Roman at 410.690.4603 (x 156) or rroman(at)eslc.org .



6.22.16  Biophilia: Our Awe for Land, Sky, and Waters


Location: ESCC, 114 S. Washington Street, Easton, MD (Eastern Shore Conservation Center)

A seminar in history and literature for ecology specialists. This survey program traces the golden thread of spirituality since pre-history to the present. Co-sponsored by The Oaks of Mamre Library and Graduate Center and ESLC. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) available upon request. Leaders include Bishop Joel Marcus Johnson, Rabbi Peter E. Hyman, Rev. John W. Moore, Dr. William Wallace.

Coffee and registration begins at 9:30 AM. BYO lunch, beverages provided. RSVP & Register by June 10th to cstarr(at)eslc.org. Priority is given to ecology specialists.



7.21.16  Workshop: Land Preservation 101

Time: 9 to 11 AM

Location: ESCC, 114 S. Washington Street, Easton, MD (Eastern Shore Conservation Center)

Have you thought about preserving your land but aren’t quite sure what that entails? Learn about the basics of conservation easements and what this opportunity can do for you. Experts will provide information, options, and answers to your questions. ESLC Land Protection Specialist Jared Parks, along with representatives from MET and MALPF will be in attendance. Coffee and Bay Country Bakery donuts will be served:)

A FREE workshop, but pre-registration is required. Contact Carin Starr at 410.690.4603, ext.171



10.8.16  Party to Preserve

Time: 4 to 7 PM

Location: The Hermitage (located on the Chester River in Centreville, MD)

Join ESLC for an idyllic Eastern Shore evening where history and preservation meet beautifully at the Hermitage, home to Ben and Paige Tilghman. Set along the Chester River in Queen Anne’s County, it is the centerpiece of nearly 1,000 acres of preserved lands where farming and family have been the way of life for more than 350 years. Sip a cocktail on the porch, dine on the freshest local foods farm-to-table style, and stroll the grounds rich with history while reminiscing with friends as we Party to Preserve!

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