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03/19/2010

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Do you know if this film will be made available for schools? I might like to show it in my Literature of the Chesapeake Bay and Watershed class.

The film to make about the South River is The last one swimming - without getting sick.

I cannot speak for her, but I would think Laura Seltzer would like her film used in schools to help educate students about the bay. You can contact her through her website, www.seltzerfilmvideo.com.
Chuck Epes

Thank you so very much for sharing the plight of the Chesapeake Bay which is also the plight of many bays and rivers. What is different is that both 'environmentalists' and those whose livelihoods depend on the river can be both on the same sides. Thanks again

Joel

Oh that was Chesapeake Bay. I wonder what it looks like today. We've been there last 2 years ago.

What an awesome video it reminds me when I was a young fisher.

CBF's vision is that the Chesapeake Bay and its tributary rivers, broadly recognized as a national treasure, will be highly productive and in good health as measured by established water quality standards, if I will won the lottery I would like to give them a big donation, I love the sea life !

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