Morgan Kupfer is a native of Annapolis, MD. Born and raised on the banks of the Chesapeake, he grew up with a shotgun in one hand and a fly rod in the other. His father had a huge impact on him growing up, showing him how each part of the Bay's ecosystem plays a vital part in the big picture. With a passion for hunting and fishing, conservation fell naturally right in line with the morals and ethics he has lived his life by. Morgan has a bachelors in biopsychology with a focus on environmental sciences and has worked closely with CCA Maryland since the day he moved back home from college. Now, as a husband of Bess the father of Lillian and Grayson, Morgan enjoys taking his entire family out to explore and learn what our precious Chesapeake ecosystem is and can be. Morgan is very proud to work with CCA Maryland, working on his fourth year as president of the Annapolis Chapter, to encourage learning and growth in habitat restoration, conservation and preservation of the treasure we have in our backyard for his children and the many generations to come.