We are a group of colleagues determined to change the way our community feels about the Wicomico River through collecting and presenting information, and encouraging residents to enjoy the Wicomico River. Each of us finishing our degrees in Environmental Studies at Salisbury University. As a group of 13, we gathered, researched, and collectively brought together information in hopes of bringing the Wicomico community together as a whole in order to establish a sense of stewardship. We, the Wicomico River Stewardship Initiative, have worked diligently to provide information and inspiration for the community in hopes that they will come together and become an active community on the river, by promoting stewardship and ultimately concern for the environmental impacts from human presence. Through the help of our professor, Dr. Michael Lewis and many local organizations we have been inspired to create this website in hopes that the public will value this river as much as we do.
In the picture above from Left to Right: Front Row: Ryan Mason, Anne Stanley, Gabby Cammarata, Tara O'Neal, Cheyenne Harris, Sharon Cockerline, Todd Mignosa Back Row: Josh Rawlings, Chad Hoekzema, Jack Leek, Jeff Lambert, Zack Roes, Wes Gould
Special Thanks to:
John Barnette, Bobby Bean, Dr. Gina Bloodworth, Lyle Cook, Jacob Day, Sam Gibson, Dr. Ron Gutberlet Dr. Aaron Hogue, Tom Horton, Bill Hubick, Mayor James Ireton, Dr. Tom Jones, Stephen Kendrot, Dr. Michael Lewis,Joan Maloof, The Nabb Research Center, Jess Parsons, Pemberton Park, Lynne Peverley Mrs. Phillips Fifth Grade Class, Jim Rapp, Jennifer Raulin, Bryan Records, Greg Schenck,Tyrone Stevenson, Danielle Vogt, Judy Wyatt, and the Wicomico Creekwatchers, Dr. Clem's Community Conservation Class
This was a project completed by a group of Seniors from Salisbury University in 2014. We are not an active group. The webmaster is available to answer questions, but it may take a few days. For water quality questions please look at Wicomico Creekwatcher's report or contact them directly.