June 23, 2017 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Our Chesapeake Champion, Jim Brighton, is a highly-skilled boat painter and finisher at the Campbell's Boatyards in Oxford. In his spare time, Jim runs the non-profit Maryland Biodiversity Project for which he records the astounding variety of flora and fauna in Maryland. By partnering with organizations like MD DNR and the National Aquarium, the Project has identified more that 17,200 species. Jim is a citizen-scientist whose goal is to promote education and conservation by building a vibrant, nature study community.
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