Eastern Shore Land Conservancy

Workforce Housing Goes Up in St. Michaels


Photo courtesy of Grimm + Parker Architects Affordable housing in our region is a challenging issue. In this blog article, we offer the story of one of our towns trying to address it. The Riverwoods at St. Michaels, a workforce housing development, will be completed in May. The development is slated to provide needed accommodation […]

The Monitor Spring 2014


Please enjoy our semi-annual landowner newsletter.

April Fools!

April Fools!

April Fools! We have sent our email subscribers here, to our blog. Not the trickiest trick, we know. We just want to show off our new website. Take a look around. Check our our events calendar, recent blog posts, our preserves. We’re awfully proud of our beautiful home, the Eastern Shore, and we want to […]

Food for Thought: Big Box Design

Food for Thought: Big Box Design

Buzz around Easton about the potential Harris Teeter development has us thinking about interesting ways supermarkets and other large retailers build stores with the community and the environment in mind. The U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program is a great place to start for a new construction retail store. […]

We’re Accredited!


QUEENSTOWN – Eastern Shore Land Conservancy this week received land trust accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance. “Since our founding, Eastern Shore Land Conservancy has demanded of itself the highest standards of ethics and accountability,” said ESLC Executive Director Robert J. Etgen. “This is critical for […]

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