Historical Recreationist
Cambridge, MD
“Oh the water is everything to the culture here.  And the degradation of the water has resulted in a dramatic change in the lifestyle of the people because it has destroyed the harvest and the people relied upon their harvest for their livelihood.  And of course pollution is the primary culprit there. It has everything to do with overpopulation and industrialization.  The environment has steadily degraded because people have not taken into consideration the balance that is necessary to life. And native people have been attempting to bring about that awareness for centuries to educate newcomers that had a different approach to living on the land and water.”

About MD Humanities Council

LetsBeShore is a project of the Maryland Humanities Council's Practicing Democracy program, bringing together multiple perspectives for passionate and respectful dialogue about land use and agriculture and their effect on water quality along Maryland's Eastern Shore.
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