Potomac Nature Photographers

It's no wonder our region is home to a rich community of local artisans. The Potomac's verdant lands, ever-changing waters, and dynamic people can inspire the greatest creativity in all of us.

Potomac Conservancy is grateful to the local artists who help capture the intrinsic value our natural resources add to our every day lives. And we're sincerely thankful for the fortune to work directly with a few such artists!

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Ed Tenney, Photographer

Always sporting a bright smile and cheerful attitude, long-time friend Ed Tenney has photographed many of Potomac Conservancy's events along the river. You'll see much of his work on this very website with his work featuring river scenes, volunteers and supporters! You can view more of Ed's work at his website, www.edtenney.com and you can reach him at etenney55@comcast.net.

Doug Halverson, Photographer

With camera in tow, you can often find Doug helping at one of our volunteer clean up events along the Potomac. Doug's deep and personal connection with the lands and waters of the C&O Canal National Historical Park comes through in his nature photography. Potomac Conservancy is thrilled to feature some of his work on this website.