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An African American community on Maryland's Eastern Shore celebrates its unique history and works to preserve its values and traditions. By Tom Horton, Dave Harp and Sandy Cannon-Brown. (Note: Addition to the credits under Archival Photos - Donna L. Cole and Getty Images)

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Roundabout Meadows is a farm operated by the Piedmont Environmental Council in Northern Virginia, which preserved the land and opened a community farm where volunteers help grow crops. The property also includes trails and wetlands that are open to the public.

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This half-hour documentary features Mary Ada and Dwight Marshall, whose lives personify the Chesapeake Bay’s seafood-harvesting culture and history, and their four children — who chose to break with that tradition.

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Forty years after William W. Warner’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Beautiful Swimmers, introduced us to the Chesapeake Bay blue crab, the Bay Journal presents Beautiful Swimmers Revisited, a journey around the Bay to look in on those who catch, study and eat blue crabs.