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    • 12 Apr 2019
    • 5:30 PM
    • Tally-Ho, 3500 Hess Road, Monkton MD 21111

    Our 2019 Calcutta promises to be the best yet! Buy some raffle tickets, bid on a horse, enjoy a buffet and open bar, maybe bid on some art, enjoy music by The Jody West Band, and have a great time!  Friday, April 12th, at Tally-Ho, 3500 Hess Road. Doors open at 5:30 pm and post-time is 6:30 pm.

    Not sure how a Calcutta works? Click here for an explanation of rules. Raffle tickets are just $10 each - you have to play to win!

    Tickets for the buffet and open bar are $80 ($700 for a table of ten) and must be purchased by April 9. No on-site ticket sales.

Matching Fund donations

A generous donor is matching donations to our Iglehart Fund, used to preserve land that is imminently threatened by development, up to $100,000. Won't you help us protect land today?
Collected: $40,020.00
Goal: $100,000.00

Our Mission

The Manor Conservancy works to preserve the predominantly rural character of Northern Baltimore and Harford Counties, to resist the spread of development and sprawl, to guard the water and air quality, and to support and encourage groups and activities intent on improving the environment.

We support preservation and protection and these conservation values:

  • Sustainable economies: Agriculture, forestry, recreation
  • Scenic beauty: Open space and rural landscapes 
  • Clean water: Streams and Chesapeake watersheds 
  • Natural habitat: Native plants, trees, and wildlife
  • Historic heritage: Historically and culturally significant areas

The community plays a significant role through participation in conservation programs, including a vehicle called a Deed of Easement.  An easement is a legal agreement between a landowner and a government organization or a land trust that protects land and its natural resources from unwanted development. This protection lasts forever, even if the property is later sold. Learn More

AREA MAP: Click to see Area Map  Our territory extends from the core of the My Lady's Manor National Historic District, encompasses the Manor Rural Legacy Area in Baltimore and Harford Counties, and reaches into the agricultural and open space land north to the Maryland Line.

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