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The Baltimore Sun
2014-04-28

If spring is here, dead fish can't be far behind.

Citizen Shale
2014-04-27

What: Presentation on the Recommended Best Management Practices for Marcellus Shale Gas Development in Maryland; Q & A to follow.

The Cumberland Times-News
2014-04-24

FROSTBURG — If you ever wanted to own an American chestnut tree — purebred, no hybrids here — or had a hankering to be a citizen scientist, your opportunity will take place at the Appalachian Labor

The Baltimore Sun
2014-04-24

Cal Thomas' column on "Chicken Little science" (April 19) on baltimoresun.com contains so much inaccurate deception that it's hard to know where to start.

My Eastern Shore
2014-04-21

GEORGETOWN — The Sassafras River Association will gather at the Granary April 24 for its annual meeting.

My Eastern Shore
2014-04-20

COLLEGE PARK — The General Assembly passed a bill recently that would create a task force to evaluate effects of acidification in the Chesapeake Bay and other state waters and make recommendations

Southern Maryland News
2014-04-18

Calvert County's watershed water quality in 2013 was better than expected.

The Cumberland Times-News
2014-04-13

FROSTBURG — The University System of Maryland Board of Regents has selected two faculty members from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science — Keith Eshleman and Andrew Elmore&

The Daily Record
2014-04-13

COLLEGE PARK — The General Assembly passed a bill last week that would create a task force to evaluate effects of acidification in the Chesapeake Bay and other state waters and make recommendations

Trade Only Today
2014-04-11

The Bay Bridge Boat Show, produced by Annapolis Boat Shows, opens today and will continue through Sunday in Stevensville, Md., with more than 250 powerboats on display.