2019 Grants – Accepting Applications Now!

Webp.net-resizeimage (1)Our “Community in Conservation” Grant Program is accepting funding requests now through August 5!  Does your organization have an initiative or project that makes connections between communities and either environmental education, waterfowl or wetland science, and/or restoration activities that benefit waterfowl?  This funding program might be for you.  Learn more about past awardees, the program and how to apply >>

Invasive Species Education & Workday at Ponds

Invasive Plants Team 2019This Wednesday, March 13, you’ll see groups of busy volunteers working at the Bay Street Ponds under the expert guidance of Talbot Co. Master Gardeners! Teams will be clearing out invasive plants from a section of our woods. When complete, we’ll have a before-and-after area where people can learn about how invasives affect native habitats. RSVP to to help out on Wednesday (morning or afternoon) by calling 703.328.6322 or learn more on our Facebook page.  (Also see the recent Star Democrat article about this project – subscription may be required to view).

WC Focuses Funds on Waterfowl Education

This year, WC has chosen two conservation education programs on Delmarva as the focus of its 2018 Community in Conservation Match Campaign, running through Dec. 31. Webp.net-resizeimage (1)“We are excited to offer a dollar for dollar match, up to $5,000, for two great ways to connect students with waterfowl issues,” says Executive Director Margaret Enloe. “If we reach our goal, our community will help fully fund the two waterfowl-related programs – one for graduate students and a second for Talbot County kindergartners. Learn more and Become a 2018 Waterfowl Hero with your donation here! >> 

Be Our Guest! Where Art & Conservation Meet – Premiere Night!

PN LightsNovember 8, 5-8:30pm
Join us to celebrate nature as the muse for fine art and artists and raise money for waterfowl conservation! Tickets are now available for our 2018 Premiere Night Party.  This year, we’ve teamed up with Lyon Distilling for specialty “Waterfowl Cocktails” and some of our wonderful artists – Rich Smoker, Art Lamay and David Turner – will be doing a quick carve, quick draw and quick sculpt pieces that will be part of the “Making Way for Ducklings” Auction being held right our front of the Waterfowl Building. Will you join us to help raise monies to ensure our ducks, geese and swans have homes for the winter here?
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MHT Awards WC $100,000 Restoration Capital Grant

We are thrilled to announce that we have received a $100,000 grant from the MD Historical Trust’s Historic Restoration Capital Grant program!  WC is one of only seven awardees from across the state.  With these monies, we will begin restoration of the more than 50 steel-frame windows in the Waterfowl Building in downtown Easton.  Not to worry though!  The project will go in phases so that we can remain open for business and events! Continue reading

2018 Mini-Grant Program Open – Accepting Initial Inquiries

CommConservBoxOur “Community in Conservation” small grant program is now open for business for 2018!  Does your organization have an initiative or project that makes connections between communities and either environmental education, waterfowl or wetland science, and/or restoration activities that benefit waterfowl?  This funding program might be for you.  Learn more about past awardees, the program and how to apply >>