Monthly Archives: September 2015

Wilderness Dualism and Handling Controversy

When it comes to the Chesapeake Bay, controversy is unavoidable. Many people and groups in the region are passionate about the issues at hand, and their opinions often seem to be at odds with one another. Some controversial subjects that … Continue reading

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Stalking 1: Economic Growth through Exploitation

My goal throughout Journey 1 was to explore “growth” in the Chesapeake from the past to the present. Growth has nearly countless applications in the region, so I decided to narrow the scope of my focus down to agricultural and … Continue reading

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The Roots and Realities of Slavery

The past week I have learned so much that it’s difficult to synthesize in a single post. We camped at Chino and learned about the difficulties of foraging food as the Native Americans of the Chesapeake would have, then moved … Continue reading

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