"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
Voices of the Chesapeake Bay
Interview Listing (Page in development - audio sampling and links coming!)
Songs of the Chesapeake Show to promote the new CD which benefits the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Chesapeake Bay Trust, Living Classrooms Foundation and the Maryland Watermen's Association.
David Harper, Maryland Eastern shore family farmer talks about his farm along the Choptank River.
Terry Hutchinson, professional sailboat racer talks about his professional career and offering a sailing program to less advantaged inner city kids.
Mike Vlahovich talks about the Skipjack restoration program he heads up at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St Michaels, MD
Russ Brinsfield talks about the Maryland Agro-Ecology Center he directs for the University of Maryland. Russ is also a family farmer from Maryland's Eastern Shore and the Mayor of Vienna, MD.
Mary Ekroos talks of her life as a painter, learning from her famous painter father, sailing with Maryland watermen and painting the Chesapeake Bay.
Kent Island decoy carver Allen Lopez talks about winning numerous championships and his process for carving winning waterfowl.
Glen Page discusses the outreach programs presented by the Baltimore Aquarium and his work as director of these programs to teach kids about the importance of underwater grasses and the marine life of the Chesapeake Bay.
Members of AmeriCorp talk about their residency on Wye Island cleaning out brush so that new growth can sprout up in the springtime. They also talk about the history of the Dept of Natural Resources Conference Center at Wye Island.
Author columnist Tom Horton and photographer David Harp discuss their book The Great Marsh about the Chesapeake Bay waters edge.
Annapolis Frostbite sailboat racers discuss sailing in the winter months.
Steve Carr talks about his latest Chesapeake Bay book Water Ways.
Author Dr. Robert and illustrator AJ Lippson talk of their explorations and writings about the Chesapeake Bay. Their book is considered the handbook on Chesapeake Bay life and is called Life in the Chesapeake.
Elaine Eff and interviewees from the new book From Bridge to Boardwalk including legendary TV host Scortchy Tawes and a muskrat skinning champion.
Maryland paddlers from the Kent Island Outriggers Association discuss their quest to take the Hawaiian sport to the highest level, culminating in Maryland paddlers competing in Hawaii.
Open water swimmer Joe Stewart talks of his work to raise money and awareness about the Chesapeake Bay by swimming for dollars and taking photos of the Chesapeake Bay.
Becky Fitzgerald, Exec Director of the Susquehanna Museum and lock house explains the history of the Susquehanna River and how locks were used to transport goods down the shallow river.
Author and United States Naval Academy Political Science Professor Howard Ernst talks about the importance of political action in the efforts of environmental organizations and how laws and enforcement are the best way to save the bay.
Interview and flight demonstration with the Blue Angels recorded at PAX River Naval Air Station in Solomons Island, MD.
Songs of the Chesapeake Bay are the focus as we highlight some of the artists that will perform at the third Songs of the Chesapeake Bay concert at the Creative Alliance in Baltimore the following weekend.
Senior Scientist Bill Goldsborough of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation discusses the dire situation with the lack of dissolved oxygen in the Chesapeake Bay causing great zonesont>
Senior Scientist Bill Goldsborough of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation discusses the disappearance of underwater grasses and the declining fish populations due to massive discharges from the Susquehanna River. Mr. Goldsborough also talks about the problem with over-fishing menhaden.
A visit to Poplar Island which is being rebuilt after being nearly wiped out by erosion. The island is being reconstructed by the Army Corp of Engineers along with participation from numerous environmental groups. We hear from Christie Albenese of the Maryland Environmental Service, Col. Bob Davis of the Corp of Engineers, and John Wolfin of US Fish and Wildlife.
An interview with Ann Swanson, Exec Director of the Chesapeake Bay Commission discussing the role of the Commission in informing elected officials as to situations and concerns with the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
Charles, Former Secretary, Maryland Department of Natural Resources, EPA
Cpt. Rip Delaudrier, Fall Fishing Report
David Spencer, author, How I Became A Fisherman Named Pete
Deanna Dove, musician, growing up on Broomes Island, MD
Howard Ernst, Professor Political Science, United States Naval Academy,
Jahn Tehansky, owner/head instructor, J-World Sailing of Annapolis
John Page Williams, Senior Naturalist, Chesapeake Bay Foundation,
Marion Warren, photographer
Mame Warren, author, daughter of Marion Warren
Michael Nelson, former Asst. Secretary MD DNR, Director of Project Open Space
Mary Parks Harding, daughter of legendary skipjack builder Bronza Parks
Kent Island Outriggers Club (with Paula Phillips)
Rachel Carson Council
Dr. Robin Jung, Biologist USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
Schooner Imagine Schooner Sultana Pride of Baltimore II
Spinsheet 100th Anniversary
The Story of Schooner America
Terry Hutchinson, professional sailboat racer
Wendy Mittman Clark, author Window On the Chesapeake, Exec Editor Chesapeake Bay Magazine
Plein Aire Painters Association of Annapolis
Mike Aiken, sailor, musician
Dr. John Wennersten, author, Chesapeake: An Environmental Biography
Jeff Opel, Director, AA County Soil Conservation Board, soil con & agricultural history
John Rodenhausen, Chesapeake Bay Foundation Educator, Grasses In Classes Program
Don Baugh, VP Education, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Steve Barry, Director, Arlington Echo Outdoor Education Center
Bill Burton, columnist, fisherman
Robert Bob spson, co-author, Life In the Chesapeake Bay
Peg Wallace, Chairman Emeritus, Annapolis Maritime Museum
Joe Stewart, open water swimmer
The Blue Angels
Jane Sinclair, Director, Unity Gardens
Lee Oxenberg, Executive Director, Patapsco Riverkeeper
Tom Wisner, Bard of the Chesapeakeician, educator
Mel Noland, Chairman, Baltimore County Forestry Board
Dr. Wayne Bell, educator, Director Environmental Studies Program at Washington College
Jacques Baker, President, Gilbert Byron Society
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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., President,
Waterkeeper Alliance (Riverkeepers)
Vice President, Education, Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF)
Anne Arundel County Council
Savoy, Mervin Piscataway-Canoy & Sub-Tribes
Settina, Nita Adventure Tourism Director, MD Dept. of Natural Resources
Silverton, Sarah Senior Citizen Reflecting on the Chesapeake Bay in the early 20s
Tiffany Granberg CBF Education Coordinator, Port Isabel, Tangier Island, VA
Them Eastport Oyster Boys Chesapeake Bay Musical Group
William, John Page Author and Senior Naturalist, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Wisner, Tom Folklorist, "Bard of the Chesapeake" Founder of Chestory
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