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The Star Democrat

EASTON — When you hear Albert Pritchett talk about his long association with the Waterfowl Festival and his work in creating Waterfowl Chesapeake, two words constantly ring out: community and conse

Cape Cod (MA) Times

Record heat waves in Pakistan. Record breaking snowfall for New England this past winter.

The Times - Picayune

Even as Louisiana embarks on a multi-billion-dollar program to begin rebuilding its coast, evidence continues to mount that new coastal land will have to contend with a more rapid rise in sea level

Defense Video and Imagery Distribution System

Don Merrit, Horn Point Hatchery Program director, explains the process of oyster reproduction to Col. Ed Chamberlayne, U.S.

The Star Democrat

EASTON — Oyster aquaculture is a growing industry in Maryland.

This Morning with Alex Jensen - eFM101.3 (Korea)


Dr. Park Tae-Gyu (박태규) Research Fellow National Fisheries Research & Development Institute

My Eastern Shore MD

Cambridge — Oyster aquaculture is a growing industry in Maryland.

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland's fledgling oyster farming industry is seeing its growth hampered by government red tape and permitting delays, several aquaculture business owners told state and federal officials Tuesday

WMDT (Salisbury) Television

U.S. Senator Ben Cardin along with many other state leaders joined Maryland oyster farmers at Horn Point Lab in Cambridge on Tuesday.

Bay Journal

Maryland oyster farmers have long said that growing the shellfish is the easy part of their job.