Eastern Shore Land Conservancy

Spring 2016 Grants

Climate Program

$24,993

Easton, MD

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Interim grant for A Facilitated Community of Practice for Coastal Resilience on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

Climate Program

$100,000

Easton, MD

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for work to promote climate preparedness and resilience on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

Summer 2015 Grants

Sustainability Program

$250,000

Queenstown, MD

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ESLC was challenged to raise an additional $250,000.00 in private funding to help close out their campaign for the Eastern Shore Conservation Center and if met, Town Creek Foundation promised to match the funding up to $250,000.00. ESLC was able to raise the $250,000.00.

Spring 2015 Grants

Climate Program

$100,000

Queenstown, MD

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for support of work to promote and improve resilience planning in Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

Summer 2014 Grants

Sustainability Program

$1,000,000

Queenstown, MD

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To aid in the renovation of the McCord’s building in Easton into the Eastern Shore Conservation Center.

Spring 2014 Grants

Climate Program

$100,000

Queenstown, MD

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For work to improve climate resiliency planning capacity in the six counties of Maryland’s Mid shore region, primarily through new staffing and education and research-related activities.

Spring 2013 Grants

Sustainability Program

$100,000

Queenstown, MD

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From Vulnerability to Vibrancy on Maryland’s Eastern Shore project

Spring 2012 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$75,000

Queenstown, MD
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to provide planning support and resources that will help revitalize Eastern Shore towns in environmentally sustainable ways.

Spring 2011 Grants

Promoting Policies and Practices for Sustainability

$150,000

Queenstown, MD

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to support the multi-dimensional planning and conservation Center for Vibrant Towns

Summer 2010 Grants

Preserving Our Natural Heritage: Mid Atlantic Land Estuaries and Coastal Bays

$20,000

Queenstown, MD
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to enable the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy to assist the Town of Easton plan for the redevelopment of an 11 acre parcel of waterfront property on the Tred Avon River to establish a park.

Spring 2010 Grants

Preserving Our Natural Heritage: Mid Atlantic Land Estuaries and Coastal Bays

$75,000

Queenstown, MD
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in continued support of Land Use Planning efforts

Spring 2009 Grants

Promoting Policies and Practices for Sustainability

$75,000

Queenstown, MD
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final installment of three year grant for organizational expansion through ESLC’s Land Use Planning program