Teta Kain, who has lived in Gloucester for the past 35+ years and has made a reputation as a naturalist, photographer, kayak trip leader and conservationist, has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by the York River and Small Coastal Basin Roundtable.
The roundtable is a forum for information sharing and collaboration among water quality and conservation-minded stakeholders in the York River, Mobjack Bay, and Piankatank River as well as the Dragon Run, Mattaponi River and Pamunkey River. The roundtable presents the Lifetime Achievement Award at their biennial conference to individuals who have a lifetime of volunteer service focused on educating and protecting the quality of life within the watershed.
Teta Kain Preserve
On June 22, the Friends of Dragon Run will also honor Teta by dedicating the Teta Kain Nature Preserve. The preserve is located on Farley Park Road (Route 603) at the New Dragon Bridge in Middlesex County.
Like the Lifetime Achievement award, the ne...
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