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Eastern Shore Land Conservancy is committed to preserving and sustaining the vibrant communities of the Eastern Shore and the lands and waters that connect them.

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Upcoming Events

Eastern Shore Land Conservancy is currently looking forward to the following upcoming events. Read more below and click on the registration link to attend!


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Climate Resilience on the Eastern Shore: Stories to Live By

Saturday, May 16, 2020 · 9:00 AM EDT - 2:00 PM EDT

Calhoon MEBA Engineering School - 27050 St. Michaels Road Easton, MD 21601

Life on the Eastern Shore is special. It’s a quiet, peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan region. The impacts of climate change – warming temperatures, rising sea levels, and extreme weather – threaten to disrupt life on the Eastern Shore if we don’t take action. We need individuals, businesses, and communities rallying together to preserve our land and protect our history. What is important to YOU? What is worth investing in, worth protecting, worth fighting for? Join ESLC as we think about the history and culture of the Eastern Shore, and how we can look to the past in order to build a vibrant and resilient future for this special region. Participants will learn from local and regional experts about protecting our land, towns, and people against the impacts of climate change. We will engage in inspiring conversations about the aspects of life on the Eastern Shore which are most valuable to us and how we can work together to establish a resilient community now and in the future.

Attendees should come with an appetite for stimulating discussion…and delicious, locally-sourced foods!


Past Events Archive

Find notes and materials from the 19th Annual ESLC Planning Conference (April 2019) and other past events using the links below.

Future of Freight Mobility
Nicole Kastikedes, Ph.D.
Texas A&M Transportation Institute

Public Opinion and Traffic Congestion: A Look from the Western Shore
Dan Nataf, Ph.D.
Director, Center for the Study of Local Issues
Anne Arundel Community College

Smart Transportation Infrastructure and the Future of Mobility
Stephen F. Smith
Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute
Founder & Chief Scientist, Rapid Flow Technologies

Transportation Demand Management
Matt Boyer
Executive Director, Commuter Services of Pennsylvania
Kathleen Grier
Project Manager, RideShare Delaware

Future of Mobility
Deloitte

19th Annual Planning Conference Graphic Recordings
Jim Nuttle (@jimnuttle)


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