Judge Abrams became the Administrative Judge for the St. Mary’s County Circuit Court in 2005, continuing in that position until her retirement in 2018. She received the Daily Record’s Leadership in Law Award and the St. Mary’s County Women’s Commission’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
"The beauty of the County is partly what drew me back and needs to be preserved for future generations to enjoy. As an active hiker, kayaker, fisherman and hunter, I hope my participation in organizations like PTLT will help ensure the prospect of ongoing rural beauty."
Bob prides himself on his "connection" to our natural world and when he is not working he can be found in his vegetable and berry patch, or pulling on a paddle almost anywhere in North America.
Having lived in Southern Maryland since 1970 I have a great appreciation for nature and what we have lost over the past 50 years. I was drawn to the conservation world through my love of birds. It is still my favorite venue for expressing my concerns and love of nature.
Living in such a beautiful place most of my life has taught me the importance of respecting nature. It is so important, now more than ever, that we preserve land for the future.
A southern Maryland native, Catherine has always been found where the wild things are. She enjoys paddling, hiking, and camping. She's grateful to be a part of the PTLT.
As a fairly recent newcomer to the area, I have quickly realized the unique beauty of this place. And as the father of young children, I see the value in preserving open space for our future generations to enjoy and recreate within. I'm excited to be a part of a group that can take action to protect our natural world.