Vines to Wine
Upper Shore Regional Council receives the Maryland Economic Development Association’s (MEDA) 2010 Regional Award for their work in bringing vineyards and wineries to Maryland’s Upper Eastern Shore.
Upper Shore Regional Council's next meeting will be a meeting of the Council's voting members and will take place at the Chesapeake Bay Hyatt Regency at noon on December 12, 2013 during Winter MACo in conjunction with the other four Maryland Regional Councils. Jason Broadwater will be our special guest presenter. More Upcoming Meetings
Upper Shore Harvest Directory - Have an agricultural business? Want to make it easier for new customers to find you? Submit a survey and be added to the directory!
The Upper Shore Regional Council is a regional planning and development agency for Cecil, Kent and Queen Anne's counties. It exists to foster the physical, economic and social development of the region. For the development of the area's human and economic resources, the Council initiates and coordinates plans and projects. Read More about the USRC
The mission of the USRC is to foster regional planning and development for Cecil, Kent and Queen Anne’s counties; to afford federal, state, county and local governments a regional forum to identify issues and opportunities; and, to provide leadership in planning and implementing programs to improve the quality of life in the Upper Shore Region of Maryland.