Water's Way: Thinking Like a Watershed Dave Harp, Tom Horton and Sandy Cannon-Brown Oct 1, 2021 Oct 1, 2021 0 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save How the watery world of the Chesapeake Bay region once functioned and how natural elements, like beavers and trees, could help clean the water again. Tags Bay Journal Films Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save × Post a comment as Emoticons [smile] [beam] [wink] [sad] [cool] [innocent] [rolleyes] [whistling] [lol] [huh] [tongue] [love] [sleeping] [yawn] [unsure] [angry] [blink] [crying] [ohmy] [scared] [sleep] [sneaky] [tongue_smile] [thumbdown] [thumbup] [censored] [happybirthday] [ban] [spam] [offtopic] [batman] [ninja] [pirate] [alien] Comment Text Cancel Post comment × Your comment has been submitted. × Report Cancel Report Abuse ×Reported ×There was a problem reporting this. × Watch this discussion. Stop watching this discussion. Watch this discussion Get an email notification whenever someone contributes to the discussion Notifications from this discussion will be disabled. Cancel Start watching Stop watching (0) comments Welcome to the discussion. Log In We aim to provide a forum for fair and open dialogue. Please use language that is accurate and respectful. Comments may not include: * Insults, verbal attacks or degrading statements * Explicit or vulgar language * Information that violates a person's right to privacy * Advertising or solicitations * Misrepresentation of your identity or affiliation * Incorrect, fraudulent or misleading content * Spam or comments that do not pertain to the posted article We reserve the right to edit or decline comments that do follow these guidelines. Post a comment Watch this discussion. Stop watching this discussion. Subscribe Join the commmunity of Bay Journal readers. It's free! Donate Help spread environmental news. Your support makes our work possible.