209,000 acres or 88% of the County's land mass is in agriculture
Queen Anne's County is 1st in the state for producing corn, soybeans and wheat
Queen Anne's County has preserved approximately 70,000 acres through various preservation programs which enables agriculture to remain the largest industry in the County
The absolute lowest point in Maryland is a depression, often called Bloody Point Hole, 174 feet below sea level. The area is located approximately 1 mile west-southwest of the southern tip of Kent Island in Queen Anne's County
Chesapeake Bay Goose Music by Roger Ethier
A story of the seasonal migration of the Canada Goose.
Oyster Moon by Margaret Meacham
Set in 1885 on Maryland's Eastern Shore, a girl rescues her twin brother from the clutches of the cruel captain of an oyster dredge during the height of the Oyster Wars.
Chadwick the Crab by Priscila Cummings
Chadwick, a Chesapeake Bay crab, yearns for adventure and finds it in a most dangerous form, prompting the birds and marine animals who share the Bay to come to his rescue on the mainland.
Sam: The Tale of a Chesapeake Bay Rockfish by Kristina Henry
Sam is a carefree rockfish (striped bass) who loves to eat, but when a fisherman catches Sam, our worry-free friend begins to worry.
Waterman's Child by Barbara Mitchell
Young Annie begins with her great grandmother and tells about her family's life as fishermen on Chesapeake Bay.
The Chester Town Tea Party by Brenda Seabrooke
Nine year old Amanda decides to attend the 1774 “tea party just for men.”
Counting on the Bay by Brenda S. Siwak
A counting book depicting life near the Chesapeake Bay.
Where Did All the Water Go? by Carolyn Stearns
A young boy worries about the lack of water in the bay after a storm.
Towns of Queen Anne's County
8 incorporated towns that make up Queen Anne's County. Centreville is
the oldest of these, the County seat, which was incorporated in 1794.
The other towns in our County are: