Ethan Hain • December 17, 2018
I stumbled into my father’s rubber work boots as I peered out over the Chesapeake Bay in the cold November morning. His advice echoed through my ears, “If you’re early, you’re on time. If you’re on time, you’re late. If you’re late, you’re …” I’ve always found myself following his adage to a tee, which means I’d arrived at the Deal Island marina an hour before anyone else. Read more . . .
Watching the Forecasts to Measure the Storms: A white-water kayaker turned ecologist changes direction
Joel Bostic • November 6, 2018
Moving water has always captivated my attention. It started with the ocean: waves pulsing towards shore and breaking, offering endless intrigue. Rivers came next, especially swollen ones after heavy rains. Read more . . .
Daniel Teodoro • September 18, 2018
There are many things that matter to me: My family, my studies, my guitar, and my heritage. But one thing holds a special place in my heart: The ocean. Having grown up in El Salvador, the Pacific Coast was a common destination on every holiday or opportunity we had. Read more . . .
Adriane Michaelis • August 15, 2018
For the past two years, I’ve traveled tidewater Maryland, asking people, “why aquaculture?” I ask entrepreneurs why they decided to get involved in growing oysters in tanks or floats in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. And for the commercial fishermen who aren’t, I ask, “why not?” This very basic question begins the discussion with each person I talk to, in order to understand on a larger... Read more . . .