"The Voices of the
Chesapeake Bay Interview Project is created to help
us further develop our 'sense of place.' The Voices Project is ongoing, inherently
'inclusive' and well-rounded, giving us the ability to see our bio-region, the
Bay watershed, from a variety of perspectives
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Listing of 2010 Interviews (first quarter):
Harrison, Harrison's Chesapeake House and Oysterback Tales author
"Helen Chappell - native of Dorchester County, resident of Bellevue, in Talbot County, author of more than 20 or more romance novels - has written 40 short tales that satirize the mores and manners of some of her Eastern Shore brothers and sisters... Chappell's stories get high marks all around... Her three dozen line drawings in Oysterback Tales are perfect illustrations." - Baltimore City Paper
1-10-10 Howard Rodgers, maritime artist and woodworker
The Raven Studio, a gallery of fine art, is a tribute to Howard L. Rogers, artist, illustrator and woodcarver for 45 years. Browse in a working studio, offering products from fine art, design and layout to woodcarving. The latter involves yacht nameboards, house and business signs, trophies, eagles, plaques, half-models, scrolls and capitals. The art entails water color paintings and pen-and-ink drawings including accurate representations of maritime craft, private and commercial, heraldic representation of family crests, letterheads, ship and aircraft insignia, business card design, logos and flyers. Visit the Raven Maritime Gallery and the Raven Art Gallery to view a limited sample of original work. Mr. Rogers creates handmade hardwood frames, gold-leafing, matting and bas-relief carving. The Studio, located at the corner of Severn Avenue and Second Street in Annapolis, Maryland, is a working studio with samples of the artist's work on display.
1-17-10 Michael Fincham - Oyster Film 词 Killed Crassostrea Virginica?"
Michael W. Fincham filmed Who Killed Crassostrea virginica: The Fall and Rise of Chesapeake Bay Oysters. Fincham is a science writer and a documentary producer who focuses on the environment, science, social justice and sports. He currently develops film and television projects through the University of Maryland Sea Grant College.
1-23-10 Tom Wisner
Chesapeake Bay environmentalist, educator, artist, storyteller and songwriter Tom Wisner is an award-winning writer of the songs 襳apeake Born,ᮤ "Made of Water" and "Dredging is my Drudgery." (Read The Capital news story, Celebrating a True Voice of the Bay by Michael Buckley, pub. 1-28-10)
1-30-10 Md DNR Secretary John Griffin
John R. Griffin was
appointed Secretary of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) by
Governor Martin Oᬬey in January 2007. Griffin held the same position under
Governor Parris N. Glendening from 1995 to 1999, after having served as the
department's deputy secretary for 11 years.
Don Boesch, President, University
Don Boesch is a Professor of Marine Science and President of
of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES).
The Center is one
2-14-10 Jim Clark, Annapolis poet
J. Wesley Clark, an Annapolis-born poet, has been a soldier, journalist, and educator. He has published more than four hundred poems in many magazines and reviews including Bogg, Chiron Review, Gargoyle, Notus, Passager, Red Rock Review, RiverSedge and the Texas Observer. Among his books of poetry are Daughter of the South County, Asleep With Whippoorwills, and I Am Paraguay (published by Bogg Publications--a second edition will appear later this year).
2-21-10 Eric Michaelson, Executive Director, South River Federation
2-28-10 Laurence Hartge, Hartge Yacht Yard
Laurence Hartge, who spent a life involved in virtually all aspects of
boating - including his family's legendary Galesville boatyard, boat design,
racing and lastly maritime history and painting - died Monday at home from
complications of cancer. He was 93.
Ospreys Return ꥮnifer Curtis &
Green Author Jennifer Keats Curtis illustrated childrenࢯok, Baby Owlҥscue (Sylvan Dell Publishing). Known for diligently researching her topic and interviewing real experts, including children working to help preserve and protect local wildlife, Curtis has developed a knack for teaching young children about important ecological issues and what they can do to help. In addition to Baby Owlҥscue, the long-time journalist੮formational and educational books include the award-winning Oshus and Shelly Save the Bay; the Henry Bergh Children¯ok Award Finalist Turtles in My Sandbox (Sylvan Dell, 2006); and last year쳰an class="apple-converted-space"> Osprey Adventure (Tidewater Publishing, 2008). Saving Squeak: A River Otterԡle (Schiffer Publishing) is scheduled to debut in 2010. Jennifer serves as editor-at-large for Maryland Life Magazine. She is currently working on a nonfiction book about seahorses. She resides in the Annapolis area, with her family, amidst several animals, most of them small.
3-14-10 Jeff Campbell, Hungry for Music
Hungry For Music is a grassroots volunteer-driven 501 (c)(3) charity organization with a nationwide and international outreach. Hungry for Music୩ssion is to inspire underprivileged children (and others) by bringing positive musical and creative experiences into their lives. Since becoming a non-profit in 1994, Hungry for Music has brought the healing quality of music to thousands of people through its musical instrument donations, concerts, and workshops. We support our programs through memberships, benefit concerts and events, raffles, and the sale of Hungry for Music produced compact discs. "Hungry for Musicవrpose is to embrace the positive qualities of music: its ability to create community, to express a talent, to unify various races, and most importantly to heal.Ⲿ Jeff Campbell
3-21-10 Jim Gracie, Md Trout Unlimited Lucie Snodgrass, Dishing Up Maryland
Mr. Gracie, during the past twenty-five years, has developed expertise in overall watershed management techniques for stream and wetland protection, stream restoration, and fisheries management. His experience includes developing water quality monitoring efforts throughout the country, advancing the science of stream restoration in conjunction with Maryland State Highways projects, and private development plans providing more than two dozen restoration designs and supervising construction on fifteen of them. As twice chairman of the Board of Trout Unlimited, he provided leadership for an international conservation organization of 50,000 members and 350 local chapters in the United States interested in stream and fisheries management. He also served as Director and Executive Committee member of the Maryland Wildlife Federation from 1979 through 1981.
DNR Dir of Fisheries Tom Oﮮell
Peter O⩥n, Exec Director,
Tom Oﮮell is a respected 15-year Md. DNR veteran who serves as director of the Fisheries Service. ﭠOﮮell has the vision, the conviction and the expertise to guide our efforts to ensure sustainable fishery populations remain a birthright for future generations of Marylanders,㡩d Gov. Martin O'Malley.
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