|View of Boston: Camp Harbor View Fishing Club Trip|
Hello again, friends of Save the Harbor!
|Smiling on our return home to Boston|
|Fall on the fish pier|
As for my fall plans, I am back at our office on the Fish Pier. I have wrapped up a busy start as an Environmental Policy Staffer, and have already enjoyed some time on the beach. Save the Harbor has a strong commitment to protecting and sharing the Boston Harbor throughout the year, and I am lucky to be a part of these efforts.
|Fresh fish from Bruce|
|Pan-fried in olive oil and herbs|
As busy as the fall can be, I am enjoying some special perks from Save the Harbor. We famously send fish home with the children and summer staff that catch big enough fish at our youth program sites. My boss, Bruce Berman, has far more luck (and skill) than I do when it comes to fishing, and at the office, we all benefit. He brings us smoked fish from the pier, and I brought home a filet of sea bass that Bruce caught, de-boned and froze. I marinated the bass in lemon juice, fresh herbs, and olive oil. The resulting fish tacos were unbelievable, Quality flavor comes from fresh, healthy, local catches.
To the tune of celebrating our local, natural resources, Save the Harbor is fortunate to have help from our partners and communities. This past week, we took time out of the office to meet some of our corporate partners on the shore for hands-on cleanups. Cleanups like these keep us connected to Boston's coastline throughout the year, and despite some gloomy weather, conversations were up-beat and all of our teams enjoyed making a difference. We made the most of time away from our desks, and everyone felt how sincerely rewarding it is to give back to our communities.
|At Tenean Beach cleanup in Dorchester with Maureen Dwyer, Boston-area resident and Vertex employee|
|Sunset over the Boston Harbor Fish Pier|
Stay tuned for more news from the harbor, and I hope to see you all at Spectacle Island!
All the best,