On Wednesday, January 11 at 12:30 p.m., Midshore Riverkeepers Conservancy Executive Director Tim Junkin will show the short film “Let Our Rivers Flow,” followed by his commentary in the Steamboat Building at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) in St. Michaels. The lecture and slide presentation are open to the public and free to CBMM members. Other participants can attend the lecture with regular museum admission, which includes entrance to the museum’s waterfront campus and 12 exhibit buildings.
The Midshore Riverkeepers Conservancy is an Easton-based non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and protection of the Choptank River Watershed, Eastern Bay and the Miles and the Wye Rivers. The Conservancy is also a part of the Waterkeepers Alliance, an international group of conservation guardians who advocate for the bodies of water they represent.
The film was shot by Tom Horton and is narrated by Tim Junkin. Junkin is an attorney and the author of three books, Good Counsel, The Waterman and Bloodsworth. He is a graduate of Easton High School, The University of Maryland and the Georgetown University Law Center.
The lecture is sponsored by The Garden Club of the Eastern Shore. For information, please call Samantha McCall at 410-770-9695.