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Kevin Campion

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Environmental Stewardship at South Annapolis Yacht Centre

Margins are the nexus of activity and life in any ecosystem. At the margins of fields, forests, and waterways, a disproportionate amount of life and activity occurs. At the South Annapolis Yacht Centre on Spa Creek, this buzz of life has historically been related to human interaction with the water, including a symphony of boats, docks, bulkheads, and avid boaters…
Kevin Campion
December 4, 2020
Articles

Harvesting the Edges of the Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay is one of the most dynamic waterways in the world. It contains 11,684 miles of shoreline, more than the entire U.S. West Coast combined. Due to its location, shape and shallow depth, it contains a staggering diversity of organisms and a vastly intertwined web of life. It has drawn humans to its edges for food, water and…
Kevin Campion
May 15, 2017
Articles

An Estuary Like No Other

The health of the Chesapeake Bay gets a low grade every year. In fact, conditions seem to be worsening. What makes preservation of the Bay environment so challenging? What more can we do about it? When answering these questions we must appreciate the Bay as a unique estuary with topographical and aquatic characteristics unlike any other. Read on at: http://www.annapolishomemag.com/an-estuary-like-no-other-the-chesapeake-bay/
Kevin Campion
March 20, 2017