With that, campers often do ask us how clean the harbor is and what kinds of things live in it. This week we did notice some plastic pollution in the Harbor which lead me to talk about the history of the harbor clean up and the role of the deer island treatment plant with a fellow camper. He wasn't aware of what those giant dinosaur eggs did, but after I informed him how they help filter and clean the waste coming from the city he was a lil grossed out. He ended up catching this very small Cunner fish, which I consider to be proof of how clean our harbor is. It has so much life in it!
Until next week, Kharliyah :)