We can't be together physically but we can still stand together virtually to preserve our beautiful Eastern Shore. Join us from the comfort of your home as we celebrate 30 years of Eastern Shore Land Conservancy and honor three women - Louisa Duemling, Caroline Gabel, and Jennifer Stanley - who have had an enormous impact on ESLC and the Eastern Shore. During Maryland's Year of the Woman, we are so proud of all that they have accomplished!
While we can't be together as in past years on one of our beautiful preserved properties, we will still be celebrating the land through video and live discussions. You will be hearing messages from special guests and will also receive special party gift bags. We'd love to hear from you as well. You, as ticket holders and sponsors, are encouraged to share a brief video with us about what ESLC means to you beforehand that we can share during the event. More information on that will follow.
Now, more than ever, we need your support to help us continue the vital work we do to preserve the land and our way of life here on the Eastern Shore. Please register or donate today!
Saturday, October 3, 2020
4:00 PM EDT - 5:00 PM EDT
Online - A code for our Zoom event will be emailed to you the week before the event
PARTY BAGS - Ticket holders and sponsors get party bags so we can pretend we are all together in person! We will have sites in Easton and Kennedyville for pick up and you can select your date and location when you check out. If those options don't work, we can make other arrangements.
BE A MOVIE STAR - We are encouraging our guests to send in a short video where you can share what you love about ESLC or raise a toast to our 30 years of preservation. It's easy - you can record it on your phone and email it firstname.lastname@example.org and we will include it during our event. We can't be together physically but we would love to see you!
SPONSORS - If you are a business sponsor with a logo, please send it to us at email@example.com. We will be recognizing our sponsors before and during the event (and at the bottom of this page) and want to include you!
Natural habitats are connected and secured for species survival and adaptation.
Working lands, estuaries, and related industries are secured and thriving.
Towns and communities prosper from and support working lands and open space.
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