If you believe that we must conserve and nurture our important cultural and historic landscape then please join Kent Conservation & Preservation Alliance in our efforts to stand up for our Kent county when forces either external or internal attempt to make changes to our county and way of life that do not conform to our established zoning and comprehensive plan that we as a community voted for and have chosen as the way we want to live, work and play in Kent County.
Becoming a member of KCPA, you will be supporting our efforts to prevent 500 ft commercial wind turbines and 300 plus acre solar complexes on prime farmland. Your membership will help with our ongoing project with Preservation Maryland to survey our designated historic farmland region to identify common ground between the environmental and historic preservation community. These are just a few of the activities we are focusing on along with monitoring the everyday changes brought about by accommodating everyday life while preserving our heritage and culture.
Membership in KCPA is just $25.00 and is 100% tax deductible as we are an all volunteer organization and all money raised is put to work accomplishing our goals. There are two ways to join. You can send a check to the address below or you can join online by clicking on the button “Buy Now”. All online transactions are secure.
We will contact you to confirm your membership and welcome you to KCPA. For now the board of KCPA offers a hearty THANK YOU for becoming a member and we hope you will take a hands on approach as we move forward together.
503 Washington Ave Suite 256
Chestertown, MD 21620
If you would like to support our goal of conserving and preserving our cultural and historic landscape your donation will be greatly appreciated. You can send a check to the address above or use the Donate button below to send an online contribution. Thank you.
As stewards of one of the oldest intact working colonial landscapes in substantially undisturbed condition, our job is to protect it for future generations. Once it is developed, it will be gone forever. We have work to do.