Eastern Shore Land Conservancy

Response to Governor’s Climate Change Summit


I was encouraged to see Gov. O’Malley host the Maryland Climate Change Summit and to hear the discussions on the effects of climate change, but many questions still need to be answered if we want a more resilient and prepared region. Here on the Eastern Shore, we are seeing the effects of climate change faster […]

Letter to the Editor


Letter to the Editor 7/11/2013: Recent news about climate change reveals big issues facing the Eastern Shore: a shrinking shoreline, more and bigger storms, more salinity in our lands and farms. According to the United States Geological Survey, the Chesapeake Bay will rise two feet by 2050. Every person in the region will be affected […]

Unsinkable Eastern Shore


UNSINKABLE EASTERN SHORE REGIONAL RESILIENCE AND PROSPERITY Join us Thursday, Oct. 3, at the Tidewater Inn in Easton. Check eslc.org/unsinkableshore regularly for conference speaker announcements and registration.

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 […]

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