Monthly Archives: June 2012
The Power of Constructive Dialogue: Lessons Learned Guest blogger: Wayne H. Bell, Phd. It is an honor and a challenge to open the blog for MHC’s “Let’s Be Shore” Project. As former Director of the Washington College Center for Environment … Continue reading
Executive Director of the Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro-Ecology and Wye Research Center – Russ Brinsfield
Russ Brinsfield, Executive Director of the Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro-Ecology and Wye Research Center speaks on the importance of keeping agriculture and the poultry industry viable on the Eastern Shore. He describes his perspective on how this can … Continue reading
Amanda Fenstermaker is the director of tourism for Dorchester County. She describes how tourism plays a role in maintaining the balance between a growing economy and the preservation of the Eastern Shore’s unique natural resources.
How can the humanities bring people together and encourage them to become more civically engaged and more civil in their dialogues around polarized issues? The issue of water quality along the Chesapeake Bay watershed, and more specifically our Let’s Be … Continue reading
Let Your Voice Be Heard – Contact your State Representative Access this list as a Pdf County Councils and Commissioners Larry C. Porter Board of County Commissioners President, Caroline County Courthouse, Room 123 109 Market St., Denton, MD 21629 (410) … Continue reading
Waterfront homeowner and long time resident Annabel Lesher talks about her connection to the water living along the banks of the Miles River. She reflects on how the area and environment has changed in her time living here and talks … Continue reading