Would that: “Homeowners take starring role in river’s revival”

This article from the Virginian Pilot emphasizes the need for increased citizen action, whereas a lot of the discussions in the Annapolis area tend to focus on what government can or should do. . . .  we need to see more publicity for major direct citizen action projects and programs such as the Watershed Stewards Academy and the Church Creek Plan of the South River Federation.  AND the obligations of landowners on these waters to contribute directly to solving the problem.

Homeowners take starring role in river’s revival

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Michael Berg, a participant in the River Star Homes program, often cleans debris from the Lafayette River on his paddling expeditions. <span class='credit'>(Stephen M. Katz | The Virginian-Pilot)</span>

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Michael Berg, a participant in the River Star Homes program, often cleans debris from the Lafayette River on his paddling expeditions. 

(Stephen M. Katz | The Virginian-Pilot)

About Bruce

Work for sustainable development of small islands; ex-Peace Corps (Volunteer and staff) in LA & Caribbean; cruised Caribbean on S/Y Meander for three years; like small tropical islands, French canals, Umbria, Tasmania, and NZ. Married 50 years. Former President (1995 to 2016) of Island Resources Foundation.
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