Monday, September 14, 2015

Day with True Chesapeake Oyster Co.

Some of you know I'm involved with the Coastal Conservation Association here in Maryland as the president of the Annapolis Chapter. Its a position I've held since the spring after becoming more and more involved with the organization at the state level over the last 5 years. I'm not only proud to say I am involved, but honored to work with such great people doing great things. Conservation, more specifically the work CCA is doing, is something I hold dear to my heart.

I've decided to get more involved with some of our restoration projects, one of which is our Living Reef Action Campaign which stems primarily from habitat restoration and more specifically, oyster restoration. This week is my last vacation for the year so I will be spending it exploring, fishing, learning and more, with something new everyday.

Today's project is to head down to the lower Chesapeake to spend the day with True Chesapeake Oyster Co. and learn more about oysters, aquaculture, habitat, and overall biology. Stay tuned as I throw on the work boots and learn about what ultimately is the glue that holds the Bay together...

I will be posting to TLTFF social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) all day but be sure to check out True Chesapeake as well via their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


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