Time: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Location: The Wilderness Farm, Trappe, MD
Cost: $125 Individual Tickets and sponsorship opportunities from $500 – $25,000
On the banks of the Choptank lies a stunning, historically significant, preserved piece of the unique Eastern Shore, owned by the Ravenal family. It is called The Wilderness and its magnificent barn will be the site of the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy’s 2019 Party to Preserve. ESLC will host this annual fundraiser in lower Talbot County, once again pulling out all the stops as it celebrates the success of preserving the wonders of the Eastern Shore and an ambitious vision for the Delmarva Peninsula. The Wilderness is an enchanting spot to enjoy the beauty of the land, the water, and the people, creating a sense of place on our unique Eastern Shore. We hope you can join us to sip a cocktail among the historic buildings and beautiful property, enjoy an array of delicious local food, spend time with old and new friends, and celebrate the efforts that your support has allowed ESLC to achieve.
Individual tickets and sponsorship opportunities available by clicking on the registration button. For more information, contact Julia Babbitt Williams at email@example.com or 410-690-6403 ext. 171.
Location: Aboard the Patriot – 213 N. Talbot Street, St. Michaels
“Carpeted with farms, stitched with forests, and buttoned with rural fishing villages…” Congressman Wayne T. Gilchrest
Take a ride with ESLC staff and supporters on the Miles River and discuss our most ambitious initiative yet – Delmarva Oasis. Preserving 50% of the Delmarva peninsula by the year 2030 is crucial to preserving the Eastern Shore way of life, and the ability to sustain it. President Rob Etgen and VP of Conservation Katie Parks White will explain how we endeavor to join with partners to create such an oasis, as you enjoy light fare, a glass of wine, and engage in this thought-provoking discussion.