Category Archives: Stalking

The Poultry Problem

Since the 1950s many parts of the Eastern Shore have been transformed into large poultry operations.  This shift has saved many farmers from bankruptcy and has boosted the economy throughout the area.  These poultry operations also bring with them a … Continue reading

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Isolation and Culture

Definition after definition, no matter where you look or who you ask, states the word island as land surrounded by water.  By constricting this word to its physical characteristics we lose an important aspect.  The key to an island is … Continue reading

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The Blame Game

Global warming, sea level rise, land subduction, erosion.  These words are commonly thrown around the media, highly debated, highly researched but rarely understood by the general public.  Many deny the existence of these issues but few can argue that are … Continue reading

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Labor through history

Through primary school, most students are taught some of the horrors of slavery or the basics of child labor laws, but few access the transition of labor forces throughout our country’s history.  Because so many of our everyday necessities are … Continue reading

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