Three Harford residents and a Harford public high school ecology club were honored at the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Commission meetingrecently conducted in Havre de Grace.
Honored were James Bailey, manager of the Aberdeen Proving Ground wetlands program; Steve Wampler, APG's manager for Chesapeake Bay initiatives; and Tom Trafton, a faculty adviser at Havre de Grace High School.
The Havre de Grace High School's ecology club, led by Trafton, also was honored for tree-planting, stream and shore cleanups, and recycling activities. The club has stenciled the message "Don't Dump, Chesapeake Bay Drainage" over more than 100 storm drains.
Harford County Councilman Philip J. Barker, D-District F, is a member of the Critical Area Commission and set up the commission meeting at the Havre de Grace Decoy Museum.