Centrally located in Easton, Maryland, and serving the mid-shore counties of Caroline, Dorchester, Queen Anne, and Talbot, the chapter changed its name from Talbot County to Mid-Shore in January of 2013 to better reflect the geographical area from which the chapter draws its membership.

Recently the chapter changed the name of its Nature Area to Bolingbroke Park to reflect its location at the headwaters of Bolinbroke Creek, a tributary of the Choptank River. In this website the names of the Chapter's property Nature Area and Bolingbroke Park should be recognized as one and the same.

The Chapter currently has approximately 100 members. It holds monthly dinner meetings with guest speakers. Meetings are held from April through October at the chapter's Nature Area pavilion located in Trappe, at 2665 Money Make Road. Also, we have held special events including kayaking, corn-hole tournament, and "Green Drinks" (in conjunction with the Mid-Shore River Conservancy).

The Chapter has traditionally focused on conservation issues and it has an active recycling program for newspaper, cardboard, paper and aluminum. Money generated from recycling goes to our scholarship program.

It maintains a 55-acre Nature Area in Trappe, Maryland, supports environmental education for grade school students, and awards multiple college scholarships each year. Recently we have began encouraging local boy and girl scout troops to visit our facilities and hold camp-outs.