This documentary will take you on a journey through the length and breadth of Kent County, Maryland, from the Sassafras River to the Chester River on the Chesapeake Bay’s Eastern Shore. In an era of sprawling development and habitat destruction, Kent County is unique for its working agricultural lands and waterways that embody patterns of life from prehistoric times to today.
Living on this land has always been about understanding and adaptation. Kent County’s Storied Landscape tells these stories and more—tales of the land and the people whose lives have woven a tapestry of cultures, races and customs.
Learn with us following the screening as we hear from a panel of experts who will answer questions and discuss Kent County’s historic and current landscape.
We hope you will help with a contribution to debut Kent County’s Storied Landscape and to support the continued work of KCPA and ESHI in protecting and promoting this beautiful, historic landscape of working farms, maritime industry and stories yet to be uncovered.