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EPA finds Maryland mostly on track in Bay cleanup, but Pennsylvania lagging badly by Timothy B. Wheeler, Baltimoresun.com

EPA finds Maryland mostly on track in Bay cleanup, but Pennsylvania lagging badly by Timothy B. Wheeler, Baltimoresun.com

By JOSH BOLLINGER jbollinger@stardem.com EASTON — Management strategies aimed to boost Chesapeake Bay cleanup and restoration efforts were released Thursday, July 23, at the Chesapeake Executive Council’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. The goal is to create a healthy watershed, as per the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement, by actions like lowering nutrient and sediment pollution; ensuring waters are free of toxic contaminants; sustaining the blue crab, oyster and forage fish…

By JOSH BOLLINGER jbollinger@stardem.com EASTON — Management strategies aimed to boost Chesapeake Bay cleanup and restoration efforts were released Thursday, July 23, at the Chesapeake Executive Council’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. The goal is to create a healthy watershed, as per the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement, by actions like lowering nutrient and sediment pollution; ensuring waters are free of toxic contaminants; sustaining the blue crab, oyster and forage fish…

Court slams Central Coast farm runoff rules as too weak, orders water quality improvements. Trying to improve water quality on Central Coast farms isn't enough. Growers are going to have to show proof that adjusting farming practices really benefits water quality. by Sara Rubin

Court slams Central Coast farm runoff rules as too weak, orders water quality improvements. Trying to improve water quality on Central Coast farms isn't enough. Growers are going to have to show proof that adjusting farming practices really benefits water quality. by Sara Rubin

River Torrens flushed with fresh water to prevent blue green algae blooms

River Torrens flushed with fresh water to prevent blue green algae blooms

It’s time for Pa. to walk the walk on clean waters; Va. and Md. too -  By Kim Coble Chesapeake Bay Foundation  via the Bay Journal News Service At the recent annual meeting of the Chesapeake Bay Program leadership, there was much talk about the importance of restoring local rivers, streams and the Chesapeake Bay, but a shortage of commitment to specific actions that will get Bay restoration back on track.  - See more at…

It’s time for Pa. to walk the walk on clean waters; Va. and Md. too - By Kim Coble Chesapeake Bay Foundation via the Bay Journal News Service At the recent annual meeting of the Chesapeake Bay Program leadership, there was much talk about the importance of restoring local rivers, streams and the Chesapeake Bay, but a shortage of commitment to specific actions that will get Bay restoration back on track. - See more at…

Could Lake Erie's algae problem be solved by another large body of water, 500 miles away? - WTOL 11 investigates  Only On 11: Lake Erie could learn from Maryland and Delaware in cutting algae threat from Toledo News Now

Could Lake Erie's algae problem be solved by another large body of water, 500 miles away? - WTOL 11 investigates Only On 11: Lake Erie could learn from Maryland and Delaware in cutting algae threat from Toledo News Now

A new study suggest links between blue-green algae and diseases like Alzheimer's and ALS. What Does A New Study Tell Us About Blue-Green Algae? By JANE LINDHOLM, SAM GALE ROSEN & RIC CENGERI on digital.vpr.net

A new study suggest links between blue-green algae and diseases like Alzheimer's and ALS. What Does A New Study Tell Us About Blue-Green Algae? By JANE LINDHOLM, SAM GALE ROSEN & RIC CENGERI on digital.vpr.net

Some spots along the lake received as much as 2 ½ inches over seven hours The result was a brown plume in the ordinarily blue lake waters.

Some spots along the lake received as much as 2 ½ inches over seven hours The result was a brown plume in the ordinarily blue lake waters.

SunLive - Planting to stop nutrient run-off - The Bay's News First

SunLive - Planting to stop nutrient run-off - The Bay's News First

Blue green algae can be used as an alternative electrical energy   from www.sciencetimes.com by Charissa Eschavez

Blue green algae can be used as an alternative electrical energy from www.sciencetimes.com by Charissa Eschavez

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