Eastern Shore Land Conservancy

The Eastern Shore Conservation Center

The Eastern Shore Conservation Center

By Bill Thompson Editor’s note: The building known as Brick Row neighbors the former McCord building in Easton. Fire damaged Brick Row in 2012, and former owner Helaine White donated the building to Eastern Shore Land Conservancy late that year. The handsome yet unimposing brick structure at 130 South Washington Street in Easton, next door […]

Giant Clothing Sale at former McCord building


GIANT CLOTHING SALE! EASTERN SHORE CONSERVATION CENTER Clear Out the Cleaners As Long As the Clothes Last… Friday, Saturday and Sunday June 28, 29 &30 9 AM to 4 PM The former McCord Laundry building 120 S. Washington St., Easton $5 a Bag (Bags Provided – fill as full as you can) Women’s and Men’s […]

WIP

WIP

Through their Watershed Implementation Plans (WIPs), Eastern Shore Counties are playing a pivotal leadership role in saving the Chesapeake Bay.  The Eastern Shore has emerged at the forefront of all the rural regions in the Chesapeake Bay watershed for your WIP work.  However, there are serious challenges ahead to get the job done.  From the […]

Friendship Park

Friendship Park

In partnership with the small town of East New Market and with funding from the Dorchester Heart of the Chesapeake Heritage Authority, ESLC led a community conversation to help create a plan for an 8-acre property at risk of a residential development incongruent with the look and feel of the existing town. The property at […]

Bicycles welcome on Cambridge’s Maryland Ave.

Bicycles welcome on Cambridge’s Maryland Ave.

CAMBRIDGE – Bike sharrows have been installed on Maryland Avenue as part of the Cambridge Gateways project, an effort of the City of Cambridge and Eastern Shore Land Conservancy to improve the entry into the City and encourage travelers to discover the vibrant Cambridge downtown. Cambridge residents involved in the Cambridge Gateways project noted a desire […]

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