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Some might be surprised to see us joining forces. One of us is president of the Maryland Watermen's Association and the other is the Maryland... [Read More]
A common algae species has turned Chesapeake Bay tributaries rusty-red, and while it isn't harmful to humans these types of algae blooms carry the potential... [Read More]
A sample collected from the bay between the West and Rhode Rivers found a concentration of 24,000 dinoflagellate cells per milliliter. That is a moderately... [Read More]
With a $1 million grant from the Environmental Protection Agency, two MSU researchers will develop a multi-objective optimization tool to help agencies make management decisions... [Read More]
The governments of Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia have decided not to sue Pennsylvania and New York for failing to meet agreed-upon goals... [Read More]
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On May 18, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) joined with several other partners to file a notice of intent to sue the federal Environmental Protection... [Read More]
Last year was all about yachting in the Med or even farther afield. In the Covid-19 era, it's still about getting on the water, but... [Read More]
Ocean City's motel industry developed in the mid-1950s following the opening of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and the desire of young families for lodging... [Read More]
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With indoor dining in Virginia restaurants still restricted, oyster restoration efforts are facing a depleted supply of shells. [Read More]
Each recycled shell can become home to dozens of baby oyster spat. [Read More]
Each shell can be home to dozens of spat, or baby oysters, according to the website. They go in rivers as well as the bay... [Read More]
The governments of Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia have decided not to sue Pennsylvania and New York for failing to meet agreed-upon goals... [Read More]
The recently released blue crab survey shows "a healthy number" of mature female crabs and a slightly above average population of adult males in the... [Read More]
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is holding an online meeting for high school students interested in joining CBF's Student Leadership Program. With schools shuttered and many... [Read More]
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