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Heritage Tourism

Teaching Old Watermen New Ways to Make Money and Save Their Communities by Dick Cooper The morning class of the Watermen Heritage Tourism Training program in the fellowship hall of the Neavitt United Methodist Church starts out with a round of introductions. The 21 men and women who make their living pulling seafood from the waters of Talbot County take turns explaining why they are here. One says he wants to learn new

ways to make money. Another says he is interested in the history of the Bay. Yet another wants to know when he will get paid. His frankness is rewarded with chuckles and nods as they are assured their checks will be in the mail soon. This is the second series in a statewide educational program aimed at expanding the skills and horizons of

The H. M. Krentz out on the Miles River. 25

Tidewater Times June 2011  

June 2011 Tidewater Times

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