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Dorchester County Comprehensive Plan.

The Comprehensive Plan update will effect and direct future growth in our county including everything from residential development, to utility improvements, to major land use decisions. We are following this issue closely and plan to be a part of the discussions to ensure good stewardship of our land and water resources. DCPG representatives attend County Council and Planning Commission meetings regularly.

We need your help!

It is important that residents participate in this process.  We need to show the County Council that we care about this issue and want a voice in shaping our own future.

The County compiled results from a public opinion survey. The results were presented to the Planning Commission at their November 2019 meeting.  You can see the presentation on the County website.

 

More information is available on the County's website:  

DCPG is stronger and more successful when people who care about specific issues join us in our efforts. If you are interested in the work we do, or any other issue affecting Dorchester County, the Chesapeake Bay, or other environmental and local quality of life concerns, please consider doing the following:

Join a committee or working group.  Send us an email to let us know which of our issues interests you. 

Volunteer with our Creekwatchers.

Sign up for our email list to receive updates on issues and events

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Calendar:

January

DCPG 13th Annual Meeting

Our annual meeting will be held at the Linkwood Fire Hall on January 26, from 3 to 5 PM.

 

This year we are honored to be presenting our Stewardship Award to David Harp, longtime DCPG supporter. David will also be our keynote speaker. He will be presenting the newest documentary film by filmmakers Tom Horton, Sandy Cannon-Brown, and David Harp, entitled "Nassawango Legacy". The theme of the film is the need for multi-generational stewardship of land and water. After the 15 minute film, there will be time for discussion and Q&A. We encourage all members and interested people to attend.

 

February

Cambridge Film Festival - 2020

Date: February 14th

Location: Gallery 447, Race Street in Cambridge

Doors open: 5pm
Oyster Social: 5:00pm-6:00pm
Film program: 6:10pm-7:10pm

Tickets: $35 *

Join DCPG and the Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy for ten short environmental and adventure films. 

*proceeds from this event will support DCPG and Midshore Riverkeeper water monitoring efforts.

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