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WHO TV 13
2015-04-15

The Chesapeake Bay watershed has reached 27% of its goal for nitrogen reduction by 2025. For phosphorus: 43%.

Southern Maryland News
2015-04-10

The condition of the tidal creeks in Calvert County as evidenced by annual study results for 2014 are what researcher Lora Harris says is like a bowl of porridge for Goldilocks.

Drake Law
2015-04-10

Three Maryland officials will visit Iowa to discuss progress toward clean water goals in the Chesapeake Bay.

The Des Moines Register
2015-04-10

Iowans want clean water, but that has not motivated Iowa policymakers to tackle water pollution in a serious way.

Physorg
2015-04-09

Nitrogen fertilizers make it possible to feed more people in the world than ever before. However, too much of it can also harm the environment.

Science Newsline
2015-04-09

FROSTBURG, MD (April 9, 2015)--Nitrogen fertilizers make it possible to feed more people in the world than ever before. However, too much of it can also harm the environment.

The Bay Net News
2015-04-07

Annapolis, MD - The data released April 6 by the Chesapeake Bay Program, though incomplete, show that the agricultural sector has a long way to go in meeting Chesapeake Bay cleanup goals.

Agronomy
2015-04-07

Nitrogen is a critical element to growing healthy food. It's a nutrient that helps plants grow. It's the elemental backbone of proteins.

Soil Science
2015-04-07

Nitrogen is a critical element to growing healthy food. It's a nutrient that helps plants grow. It's the elemental backbone of proteins.

Undercurrent News
2015-04-03

Four projects focused on aquaculture on the US state of Maryland are getting funding from the Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) program.