Hardesty, Pomeroy and Pluta

Isabel Hardesty, executive director of ShoreRivers; Fred Pomeroy, winner of the ShoreRivers Award for Environmental Stewardship; and Matt Pluta, Choptank Riverkeeper and ShoreRivers’ director of Riverkeeper Programs, are shown at the organization’s inaugural Riverboat Rendezvous & Race on Nov. 5.

EASTON — A Dorchester County man was named recipient of the ShoreRivers Award for Environmental Stewardship Nov. 5 during the organization’s Riverboat Rendezvous & Race.

Fred Pomeroy was named the third recipient of the award that recognizes an individual or entity in the Chesapeake Bay watershed for their transformational accomplishments as a steward of the environment.

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