Eastern Shore Land Conservancy

EVENTS

 

Friday, 2.15.19 – Sprouting The New Chesapeake Kitchen: An Interactive Look at Local Food

Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PMShore Talk

Cost: $125.00 for two (includes one cookbook)

or $75 for an individual (includes cookbook)  SOLD OUT

Location: 335 N Aurora Street, Easton

Join local author and chef, John Shields, and local business owner of Eat Sprout, Ryan Groll, as they discuss and demonstrate how to incorporate local, sustainable food into your everyday food habits. Hosted by Eat Sprout, this event will take place in the kitchen of this popular local food hub and will include a cooking demonstration, discussion of the relevance of local food, and tastings of prepared dishes. A signed copy of The New Chesapeake Kitchen cookbook and a discount for a future order of Eat Sprout prepared foods are included with your ticket.

This is an ESLC Shore Talks event.

 

Saturday, 3.16.19 – Land Stewards Training: Become a Land Volunteer!

Time: 9 AM to 4 PMESLC sticker

(FREE) Lunch will be served!

Location: Eastern Shore Conservation Center (114 N Washington St., Easton)

Become an ESLC volunteer land steward and help us monitor our protected lands. Join us for our spring Land Stewards Training (and free lunch)! For more information, contact Julia Babbitt Williams, manager of outreach and engagement at 410.690.4603 x171 or jbabbitt(at)eslc.org.

 

Saturday, 3.23.19 – Rise and Thrive: Creating America’s Most Resilient Rural Region

Time: 8:30 AM to 12:30 PMclimate conference image

Cost: $25  ($10 student)   REGISTRATION

Location: Oxford Community Center (200 Oxford Rd, Oxford)

Join ESLC for its 3rd Annual Eastern Shore Climate Conference, held this year in beautiful Oxford, MD. Rise and Thrive promises to deliver a morning full of enlightening information as we discuss how changing climate and rising sea levels will impact our lives here on the Eastern Shore, and what we can do as individuals and as a community to prepare and adapt. Participants will gain an understanding of how changes to global climate are impacting the Eastern Shore, and we will discuss the unique social aspects of life here that will enable us to address climate challenges head-on.

* The first 50 registrants will receive a complimentary copy of The Water Will Come by Jeff Goodell, a New York Times Critics’ Top Book of 2017 and one of Washington Post’s 50 Notable Works of Nonfiction in 2017.

 

Thursday, 4.18.19 – ESLC’s 19th Annual Planning Conference – Congestion Ahead: Rerouting…

Time: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PMBridge traffic

Cost: $55 ($25 student)   REGISTRATION

Location: Chesapeake Bay Beach Club, Stevensville

From beach travelers to daily commuters, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge is a foundational piece of the region’s prosperity and is inadequate for the growing demands of Marylanders. Fittingly held at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club with the bridge as a backdrop, ESLC’s 19th Annual Planning Conference will stimulate conversation around ways to minimize congestion today and explore long-term infrastructure solutions for the future. Included in the discussion will be the proposed third bay bridge span and the social, economic, environmental, and cultural impacts of this and other solutions. Through interactive panel discussions and keynote speakers, guests will leave with a better understanding of this regional issue and the possible solutions for mitigation. Attendees should come with an appetite for stimulating discussion and delicious, locally sourced foods!

Sponsorship Opportunities

 

Wednesday, 6.05.19 – Delmarva Oasis: An In-Depth Discussion

Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PMPatriot Cruises

Cost: $100.00   REGISTRATION

Location: 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 – A 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.

This is an ESLC Shore Talks event.
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