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Rob Etgen, right, Executive Director of Eastern Shore Land Conservancy, watches for passing Canada geese on Chino Farms in Chestertown, Md., on Jan. 15, 2016. Etgen has led the conservancy since 1990, overseeing the preservation of 54,000 acres across Maryland's Eastern Shore and observing a shift away from farms being lost to development. At over 5,000 acres, Chino Farms was the largest single land preservation deal in Maryland's history. (Photo by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program)
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Rob Etgen, right, Executive Director of Eastern Shore Land Conservancy, watches for passing Canada geese on Chino Farms in Chestertown, Md., on Jan. 15, 2016. Etgen has led the conservancy since 1990, overseeing the preservation of 54,000 acres across Maryland's Eastern Shore and observing a shift away from farms being lost to development. At over 5,000 acres, Chino Farms was the largest single land preservation deal in Maryland's history. (Photo by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program)