Bill Anderson is an avid fisherman living in Blair County, Pennsylvania, and the nonprofit he leads has restored 28,000 square feet of forest buffer, secured several miles of permanent public access for fishing, and organized annual cleanups along the 32-mile Little Juniata River.

In our interview, we asked Anderson what the Chesapeake Bay means to him. Watch the video above to hear his response.

Learn more about the efforts to restore this wild trout fishery in our Restoration Spotlight.

Throughout Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week, we'll be sharing the stories of people who live, work and play in the Chesapeake region. Join the conversation on social media: #HumansOfTheChesapeake



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