Eastern Shore Land Conservancy

Packing House meetups scheduled


Help us create a dynamic Innovation Hub as a key part of The Packing House project – at the historic Phillips Cannery building in Cambridge. We are holding four September “Meetups” at different locations, with each running from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm. A brief presentation will be made by Cross Street Partners and ESLC, […]

Food and the Phillips Factory F


Have you heard about what’s going on with the Phillips Factory F project in Cambridge, MD? There’s a lot of conversation being generated around food production needs such as community kitchens, incubators, distribution, and co-packing. In an effort to bring all of these ideas, needs, and desires together, we are initiating the first of several […]

Chesterfield still lacks development partner


For the last few months, ESLC has worked to advance community conversation around the eventual development of Chesterfield (Carter Farm), in Centreville, Maryland. We see Chesterfield as a once in a lifetime opportunity for Centreville to redesign its own front porch on the beautiful Corsica River, and we are deeply grateful to the communities and […]

Congressman Van Hollen visits Conservation Center


ESLC and partners of the Eastern Shore Conservation Center (ESCC) were happy to recently welcome Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD, 8th District) as he toured areas of particular interest around the Eastern Shore. ESLC’s Executive Director Rob Etgen, along with various staff members, provided a tour of the Center and gave insight into some of the key projects we are currently working […]

Video and Presentation link from Chesterfield (Carter Farm) Community Meeting – June 14, 2016


Video from ESLC-led Chesterfield (Carter Farm) Community Meeting featuring speaker Ed McMahon of the Urban Land Institute. (Video courtesy of QACTV.)   Powerpoint Presentation: Ed McMahon Eastern Shore Workshop   Handouts from the meeting:  Article – Conservation Communities Article – Secrets of Successful Communities (PCJ) Article – The End of the Strip  

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