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02.05.16 - Report: Maryland must diversify pollution reduction efforts

02.05.16 - Energyworks: A Company Turning Chicken Waste to Watts and More

02.03.16 - Maryland loses $1M in oyster restoration funding after Tred Avon River project is delayed

02.03.16 - Feds restore $3 million to Pennsylvania for Chesapeake Bay cleanup

02.03.16 - A proposed Maryland law wants to make big chicken producers responsible for dealing with their poop

02.02.16 - Maryland lawmakers take aim at chicken manure

02.02.16 - Video CBF: Chesapeake Bay on the right track

02.02.16 - Video Schuh backs bill to raise cap on oyster shell recycling tax credit

02.02.16 - Maryland chicken farmers seek relief from new manure rules

02.02.16 - Shore reps say manure bill is bull

02.02.16 - Video Md. poultry companies urged to pick up bay cleaning tab

02.02.16 - Md. lawmakers address poultry waste, oyster restoration

02.02.16 - DEP's revised Chesapeake Bay strategy draws $3M in federal funds

02.02.16 - MD, VA lawmakers grapple with Bay-related issues

01.30.16 - Conservation and clean water highly supported by Virginians

02.01.16 - Pa. faces clean water regulatory 'armageddon'

01.29.16 - Cheers for regional stormwater plan

01.29.16 - Pa. reboots' Bay cleanup with survey, inspections

01.29.16 - Standing Legislation a Priority for Leading Environmental Group

01.29.16 - Chesterfield confronts cost of addressing storm water runoff

01.29.16 - Crabbers find pots of money in abandoned fishing gear

01.27.16 - On the Bay: Sea level expert visit, cover crops set record

01.26.16 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation Board Elects Harry T. Lester Chairman

01.26.16 - Harry Lester elected chair of Chesapeake Bay Foundation board

01.26.16 - U.S. Green Building Council releases its annual Top 10 States for LEED Green Building

01.24.16 - Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy names Horstman executive director

01.23.16 - Menhaden discussion likely not going away anytime soon

01.22.16 - Chicken manure bill back in Maryland

01.21.16 - Oyster restoration work should continue

01.21.16 - Proposed stormwater fee phase-out causes flurry of opposition at Howard County Council hearing

01.20.16 - Small towns, big challenges

01.20.16 - Hogan's $42 billion budget not causing much indigestion—yet

01.20.16 - Video Hogan's budget plan contains $36M in tax, fee reductions

01.20.16 - CBF, U.S. Justice ask Supreme Court to rebuff challenge to Chesapeake pollution diet

01.20.16 - Bald 'Eagle Cam' links eagle comeback with water quality

01.19.16 - Senate Committee Hears Bill Creating 'Lockbox' on Chesapeake Bay Trust Fund, Among Others

01.19.16 - Trading ideas on how to trade pollution

01.17.16 - Water quality advocates press for reforms as city negotiates new deadline to stop sewage leaks

01.17.16 - Scientists, watermen work together in new study to preserve oyster industry

01.16.16 - Clearer water reported in Bay

01.15.16 - Environmental Groups Outline 2016 Legislative and Budget Initiatives

01.15.16 - Congress responds to delay in Tred Avon oyster restoration work

01.14.16 - Environmental groups take on chicken manure in Maryland

01.13.16 - Watermen seek, win, halt in Tred Avon oyster restoration project

01.13.16 - Video Hogan Administration halts plans to bring oysters back to Chesapeake

01.13.16 - Bay groups react to halted oyster restoration

01.11.16 - Nutrient trading highlighted at symposium

01.11.16 - Reef ball project aims to return habitat, fish to Smoots Bay area of Potomac River

01.09.16 - As General Assembly session begins, it's Hogan vs. Democrats

01.08.16 - Environmental organizations discuss legislative wish list

01.08.16 - Tred Avon oyster restoration delayed

01.07.16 - Little fish tops big list of local environmental issues facing Virginia lawmakers

01.07.16 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation reports improved water quality in Suffolk

01.07.16 - Innovative program promotes rotational grazing in Bay area

01.07.16 - Governor's budget would help the bay, farmers

01.05.16 - Healthy Waters Round Table sets goals, priorities

01.05.16 - DEP funding gets boost, but not as much as Wolf wanted

01.04.16 - Little fish, big issues

01.03.16 - Study of sick bass in Susquehanna cites endocrine disrupters

 

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