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Feet on The Street

Over the past year we have gained an enlightened perspective of just how valuable it is to have convenient and safe access to not just parks and open spaces but the walking paths and trails that lead us there. We have also learned the many dangers that come with streets that more designed for cars instead of people.

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Cultivating Community with CSAs

Farmers Markets and farm stands are great ways to fill up your table with local foods.  They are also excellent opportunities to establish a personal connection with the farmers that work long and hard to provide that food. For those that want to strengthen that connection, a subscription to a CSA might be the answer.  

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Protecting Our Promised Land

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day we honor the life and legacy of the civil rights hero who urged our fellow citizens to ensure that our country lived up to its democratic creed that “all are created equal”. As we celebrate his legacy today, in 2021, we recognize that Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.’s message is more important and more urgent than ever.

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ESLC Introduces A Changing Delmarva

Over the last few weeks, ESLC has been promoting its workshop series titled Solutions for a Changing Delmarva to help attendees learn about climate issues in their community. We hosted the first workshop on Tuesday, January 12th, and we had an amazing turnout with more than 130 guests.

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ESLC Walk of the Week: Bailey Park

Eastern Shore Land Conservancy's Center for Towns creates and promotes safe and equitable access to parks, trails, and other public spaces throughout the region. By highlighting these community assets, within and between Eastern Shore towns, we seek to increase public usage and support of public open spaces to ensure that all citizens have a deeper connection to land and place.

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Recent Posts

  • Closing 2021 by Closing on Two New Easements
  • Staff Highlight: Sam Pugh, Advancement Assistant
  • Cornell Grant Partners Two Conservation-Based Non-Profits on MD Eastern Shore
  • With Gratitude, a Final Note from Former ESLC President, Rob Etgen
  • Staff Highlight: Bethany Straus, Communications Coordinator
  • ESLC Receives Over $3 Million in Funding Through Rural Legacy Program
  • A ‘Bicibus’ Hits the Road in Spain
  • Eastern Shore Land Conservancy Announces Selection of New President
  • Staff Highlight: Julia Babbitt Williams, Manager of Grants and Advancement
  • Staff Highlight: Alex Kazer, Conservation Specialist
  • Half-Earth Day 2021 – Message from the President
  • Staff Highlight: Sara Ramotnik, Policy Manager
  • ESLC Helps Chestertown to Install Pinch Points at Intersection for Pedestrian Safety
  • Staff Highlight: Larisa Prezioso, Restoration Specialist
  • Delmarva-Based Conservation Partnership Awarded $1.5 Million Grant Through North American Wetland Conservation Act