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Donning fish scales on her cheeks, Norah Carlos of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation demonstrates the first half of the "kiss and twist" method of preparing a menhaden for use as bait for a crab pot during an educational program on the waters of Smith Island, Md., on Oct. 27, 2014. A group organized by the Chesapeake Bay Program Forestry Workgroup explored the down-Bay environment of Smith Island to see the impact of their restoration efforts. The visitors hauled up their own crab pots, sorted oysters on the water and experienced life in the Smith Island communities of Tylerton, Ewell and Rhodes Point. (Photo by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program)
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Donning fish scales on her cheeks, Norah Carlos of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation demonstrates the first half of the "kiss and twist" method of preparing a menhaden for use as bait for a crab pot during an educational program on the waters of Smith Island, Md., on Oct. 27, 2014. A group organized by the Chesapeake Bay Program Forestry Workgroup explored the down-Bay environment of Smith Island to see the impact of their restoration efforts. The visitors hauled up their own crab pots, sorted oysters on the water and experienced life in the Smith Island communities of Tylerton, Ewell and Rhodes Point. (Photo by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program)