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“Ground Zero” For Growth:. What about his future?. Private, nonprofit with 33 directors and 865 members (we need YOU!). Protected 38,078 acres on 206 properties, and promote sound planning. First Delmarva Nonprofit awarded the Standards for Excellence seal for ethics and accountability.

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Ground zero for growth

“Ground Zero” For Growth:

What about his future?


Ground zero for growth

  • Private, nonprofit with 33 directors and 865 members (we need YOU!).

  • Protected 38,078 acres on 206 properties, and promote sound planning.

  • First Delmarva Nonprofit awarded the Standards for Excellence seal for ethics and accountability.


Our vision for the eastern shore 2050

Our vision for the Eastern Shore (2050):

  • Our towns are vibrant and well defined;

  • Our farms, forests, and fisheries are thriving; and,

  • Our scenic, historic, and natural landscapes are protected.


Development on the eastern shore

The Eastern Shore’s population grew by 53% from 1970 to 2000.

The region’s population is projected to grow by 44% from 2002 through 2030.

The region’s developed acreage is projected to grow by 137% from 2002 through 2030.

That means 262,110 more developed acres and less farmed and natural acres.

Development on the Eastern Shore


Protecting the shore through

Protecting the Shore through…

  • Strategic Land Conservation

  • Sound Land Use Planning


Land conservation

Gift Conservation Easements

Rural Legacy Program

Land Rescue Revolving Fund

Other Conservation Easement Programs

Land Conservation


Ground zero for growth

Preservation in the

Mid-Shore (by ESLC):


Land use planning

Eastern Shore 2010

Education

Research and Investment

Land Use Planning


Education activities

Annual Planning Conference—200+!

Planning Achievement Awards— awards for sound land use planning

Local Land Use Workshops—featured 2 workshops focused on greenbelts

Research—research reports have included Downzoning Impacts on Landowner Equity, TDR Prescriptions for Counties, and others.

Education Activities:


Eastern shore 2010 a regional vision

Purpose: establish a shared vision for the future land use in the Eastern Shore.

In a nutshell… Eastern Shore 2010is an intercounty agreement to set regional land use goals for the Eastern Shore.

Eastern Shore 2010: A Regional Vision

Endorsed September 2002 by six counties!


Eastern shore 2010 goals

Eastern Shore 2010:Goals

  • Protect from development 50% of land

  • Encouraging Resource-based Economic Development

  • Curbing Sprawl (direct at least 50% into growth areas)

  • Improving Regional Transportation Choices


Land protection goals

Land Protection Goals

  • Cecil County – 55,000 acres


Issues local priorities

Issues: Local Priorities

Enhance Farmer options for preservation – local $$ for Easement Purchase

  • Min. Farmland Zoning 1:20

  • No Major Subdivisions in Conservation Areas


County ag zoning

County Ag Zoning


Map of qa dev psls

Map of Qa Dev. Psls


Town growth

Town

Population

New Housing Units Proposed

Potential New Population

Potential Growth Rate

Cambridge

10,792

6,000

22,792

111%

Vienna

282

175

632

124%

Queenstown

617

800

2,217

259%

Denton

2,969

4,180

11,329

282%

Trappe

1,125

2,300

5,725

409%

Town Growth

  • Examples from home…

  • Widespread and large-scale proposals


Become a member

Become a Member!

  • Seeking 2,000 members by 2010

  • Dues begin at only $35!

  • Fiscally responsible

  • For more information:

  • Contact Jennifer Pollard:

  • 410.827.9756, x 155; [email protected]


Contact information

Contact Information

  • Planning: George Maurer

    • Phone: 410-827-9756, ext 168

    • Email: [email protected]

  • Land Protection: Meredith Lathbury

    • Phone: 410-827-9756, ext. 167

    • Email: [email protected]

  • To Become a Member: Jennifer Pollard

    • Phone: 410-827-9756, ext. 155

    • Email: [email protected]


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