This photo was taken on Moran Creek just after a major storm had passed.
I have lived in the watershed most of my life and spent 28 years of my working life at the Environmental Protection Agency. I am now very fortunate to live where I can see, on a daily basis, one of the key resources I worked to protect and restore. I now volunteer for the Bay.
It is especially gratifying to see bald eagles perching in our yard--a living testimony to the courageous decision 45 years ago by EPA's first Administrator, William D. Ruckelshaus, to ban DDT.
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