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Rowing to Save a Shoreline

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Riparian forest buffers along the banks of the Chesapeake and its tributaries, the very same ones that protected and supported the English settlers at Jamestown, function as habitats, pollution filters, and focal points of natural beauty. It's driven rather than rowed to different ports of call now, but the message of conservation and stewardship are the same, hi addition to the shallop's ongoing tour, Sultana Projects is sharing the exploratory experience with thousands around the watershed through its John Smith Trail Expeditions program, through which explorers of any age can participate in paddling, water quality sampling, and shoreline exploration.

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