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2014-04-01

The Bay Bridge Boat Show kicks off the boating season each spring with a display of hundreds of new and late model brokerage boats and boat equipment displays.

Fox 21 Delmarva
2014-04-01

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2014-04-01

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2014-04-01

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2014-04-01

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Stormwater Report
2014-03-31

A new report by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) looks at 40 case studies in the Chesapeake Bay watershed to determine which management practices have been most e

Bay Journal
2014-03-31

When one looks at the Bay as a whole, the picture is often grim. Water clarity is worsening, underwater grass beds are declining, and oxygen-starved dead zones aren't going away.

Capital Gazette
2014-03-30

There's no denying that global sea levels are on the rise worldwide and that the effects are much more pronounced in the Chesapeake Bay region.

The Star Democrat
2014-03-24

ANNAPOLIS — Though it's not exactly what county oyster committees wanted, a deal was struck Friday with the Department of Natural Resources for a natural spat reproduction pilot program on certain

Bay Journal
2014-03-24

Oystermen on Maryland's Eastern Shore are upset with their options when it comes to purchasing oyster shells from the state.