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Congratulations to Savanna Marks of Stevensville.  She is the first recipient of the QASCD Scholarship in honor of Mrs. Jean D. Haymaker. Miss Marks is currently a student at Chesapeake College enrolled in the Agricultural AAS Degree Program.  She currently works for CPS in Centreville as a field scout and plans to continue her education at the University of Delaware once completing her degree at Chesapeake.







SARE Grants Due 

We’re sending a reminder that applications for the 2018 Northeast SARE Farmer grants program are due online by Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Farmer grants are for farm business owners and managers who have an innovative idea they want to test using a field trial, on-farm demonstration, marketing initiative, or other technique. Projects should seek results other farmers can use and must have the potential to add to our region's knowledge about effective sustainable practices.

Awards are capped at $15,000 and projects may address the wide range of issues that affect farming throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Applicants must work with a technical advisor who serves in a consulting capacity. 




Congratulations to Bill and Barbara Sharp for being Queen Anne's Soil Conservation District's 2016 Cooperator of the Year! 

Delegate Steve Arentz (L), Bill and Barbara Sharp, Delegate Jay Jacobs (R)







Congratulations to Mark Eck and his family for being 2015 Cooperator of the Year

September 15, 2016

From L to R: Tony Riggi, Jenell Eck, Alan Eck, Easton Eck, Vicky Eck, Mark Eck, and Bobby Wilson


In Recognition of Donald Dawkins and his 60 Years of Dedicated Service to Queen Anne's Soil Conservation District

June 11, 2016

From L to R: Donald Dawkins and Bobby Wilson



Contact the Queen Anne's Soil Conservation District with any questions or for upcoming events information.


Phone:  410-758-1671 x3

Fax:      410-758-3820