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Preserving the Working Waterfront: Stories from Around the Nation

Do you want to be inspired by working waterfront champions who have made a difference in their communities? Then check out the NWWN’s oral history collection and audio slideshow series: “Preserving the Working Waterfront.”Ten people around the…See More
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Preserving the Working Waterfront: Stories from Around the Nation

Posted by Stephanie Showalter Otts on December 8, 2015 at 11:00am 0 Comments

Do you want to be inspired by working waterfront champions who have made a difference in their communities? Then check out the NWWN’s oral history collection and audio slideshow series: “Preserving the Working Waterfront.”

Ten people around the nation where interviewed to learn why and how they are helping protect working waterfronts. View stunning archival and current images of working waterfront communities, including wharves, piers, boats, marine industry, shorelines and more, as…

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Posted by Nicole Faghin on November 17, 2015 at 10:57pm 0 Comments

Greetings to all NWWN members. If you have not done so already, we hope you will consider signing up to receive the NWWN quarterly eNews. It's a great way to stay informed about NWWN activities. 

Improved access to Aberdeen Creek landing could increase economic potential

Posted by Bob Swett on October 14, 2015 at 10:35am 0 Comments

A Daily Press article reporting on an economic study by one of our colleagues, Tom Murray, with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.

"Aberdeen Creek landing was once a booming commercial seafood hub in Gloucester County. Its use has declined over the years but it still produces an estimated $4…

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Cambridge, MD weighs waterfront development

Posted by Bob Swett on October 13, 2015 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

From My Eastern Shore, Maryland. The proposal would create public space along wharf on Choptanlk River waterfront.

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