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Bay Journal
2016-04-17

This article is part of a series produced in partnership with Maryland Public Television (MPT) for the Chesapeake Bay Summit, broadcast during Chesapeake Bay Week.

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CBS Baltimore
2016-04-14

BALTIMORE (WJZ)—A scientific study of oysters in the Chesapeake Bay was recently approved by Maryland legislatures, but some watermen say it could actually hurt the industry.

Bay Journal
2016-04-13

Ambitious climate change goals, pesticide restrictions and a study aimed at sustaining the Chesapeake Bay's vital oyster population top a short list of environmental legislation that passed Marylan

The Baltimore Sun
2016-04-13

Scientists say they have only a vague idea of how many oysters cover the reefs in the Chesapeake Bay, and can't say how many can be harvested safely each year without threatening the future of an a

The Star Democrat
2016-04-12

ANNAPOLIS — Amendments to an oyster fishery-related bill that passed on the last day of Maryland's legislative session sought to address some concerns from watermen and lawmakers who represent them

The Baltimore Sun
2016-04-12

Marylanders could have an easier time finding — and affording — local crabs this summer, a survey of the Chesapeake Bay blue crab population suggests.

Delmarva Public Radio
2016-04-06

Over 200 watermen crammed into the committee room in Annapolis yesterday.

Bay Journal
2016-04-06

Oyster season may be done for now, but the debate rages on in Maryland over the future management of the Chesapeake Bay's iconic shellfish.

The Star Democrat
2016-04-06

ANNAPOLIS — Watermen flooded a House committee hearing on Tuesday, April 5, to oppose a bill that would require the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) to study a sustai

Undercurrent News
2016-04-04

A controversial bill passed by the Maryland Senate and pending before the House would require University of Maryland scientists to establish oyster harvest limits for the first time, reports Delmar