Maryland’s highest court sets aside ruling by the Queen Anne’s County Circuit Court on Four Seasons development on Kent Island - click above to read more.
QACA is pleased to introduce our 2015 Summer Intern Lindsey Umblandt. Lindsey is a Maryland native and recent graduate in Coastal Environmental Science from Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. Welcome aboard Lindsey!! Click above to read more about Lindsey and her work for us this summer.
If you've ever wondered about who we are and what we're about - here's a quick 16-minute video with Jay Falstad, QACA Executive Director, talking about our history, mission, and current priorities - thanks to Fred McNeil and QAC-TV Discover Queen Anne's film and production team for their great work!
Keep Kent Scenic (KKS) and Queen Anne’s Conservation Association and (QACA), two citizen-supported groups committed to farmland preservation, have created an alliance and entered into an agreement to cooperate in opposing the Apex industrial wind turbine project in Kent County, MD. The project calls for the installation of up to three dozen 500-foot tall steel pylons with rotating blades on 5,000 acres of farmland between Kennedyville and Galena along scenic Route 213, on land close to the Chester River.
Queen Anne’s Conservation Association (QACA) initiated action April 1, 2015 in opposition to the Apex Energy Wind Turbine project for forty-nine 500-foot industrial wind turbines near Kennedyville between scenic route MD 213 and the Chester River. QACA filed a Public Information Act (PIA) request with the Kent County Government seeking disclosure of more information about the project and its developer.
Join us at 11:30 am on Lawyers’ Mall (north side of the State House, Annapolis) for t-shirts, photo booth, and sign-making - with a full program starting at Noon! Click above link for more details! Coming from the Eastern Shore? Register for the Free bus at https://www.cbf.org/MDrally2015