Water is a valuable resource that people gravitate towards for its beauty, productivity, and transport. For most, the river has become a luxury commodity, a pretty piece of real estate or a waterway to cruise, but there are still those that interact with the river to make a living. These people depend on the river for their paychecks but they also draw a sense of self from their association with the river. Take a minute and meet some of the people that take pride in working on the Wicomico River.
John Barnette 4th Generation Waterman
“No one works on the water for the amount of time I have that you don’t love what you do."