Queen Annes Soil Conservation District

Located on Maryland's Eastern Shore, the Queen Anne's Soil Conservation District serves a predominantly agricultural region.  Corn, soybeans, and small grains are the primary agricultural products.  Vegetables, poultry, beef and dairy cattle, and equine operations comprise the remaining agricultural makeup of the area.  The District provides a comprehensive education and information program directed towards all citizens -both urban and rural- which emphasizes human impacts on the environment and how people can lessen these impacts.  Due to the explosive growth of the Kent Island area, the District's urban responsibilities have multiplied drastically.  Consequently, the District has the growing responsibilities of reviewing erosion and sediment control plans, and addressing urban growth issues.

Contact Queen Annes Soil Conservation District

Contact Queen Annes Soil Conservation District

Sarah Harris
Administrative Assistant
211 East Water St.
Centreville, Maryland  21617
Phone: 410-758-3136 x3
Fax: 410-758-3820


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Queen Annes County, Maryland