Eastern Shore Land Conservancy

ESLC celebrates new String of Pearls landowner recipients


On Thursday, November 1st at ESLC’s Sassafras Environmental Education Center (SEEC) in Kennedyville, MD, the Chesapeake Bay String of Pearls Project and ESLC celebrated four Kent County landowners for their contributions in preserving land forever.┬áHosted by Wayne Gilchrest, the ceremony included toasts, a small reception, refreshments, music (by CBF’s Alan Girard & friend), and plein […]

ESLC awarded grant to continue Envision the Choptank program


Thanks to a grant totaling $107,744 from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), ESLC will continue to coordinate various organizations, agencies, and community groups to develop collaborative, evidence-based solutions that enhance the health and productivity of native oyster reefs and provide a swimmable and fishable Choptank River. The Envision the Choptank project will expand […]

Kent County Middle School students complete Chesapeake Bay Watershed project


To clean up the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, the 6th, 7th and 8th grade students of Kent County Middle School have been working on a watershed improvement project. With the guidance of Eastern Shore Land Conservancy staff at the Sassafras Environmental Education Center (SEEC), the 8th grade students identified schoolyard problems that contribute to issues in […]

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