HAVRE DE GRACE — Sediment that clogged boating channels in Havre de Grace following two major storms last fall is being put to a new use. The sediment dredged from the boating channels has been used to form a pond ...Read More »
Underwater grasses in the Chesapeake Bay declined more than 20 percent last year, hurt by summer heat and heavy rains and snow melt that sent tons of mud and debris into the bay, the Chesapeake Bay Program said Wednesday. The ...
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Imbrium Systems, a Canadian stormwater treatment company whose U.S. headquarters is in Rockville, said its Jellyfish Filter has been approved by the Montgomery County Department of Permitting Services to treat polluted stormwater runoff heading for the Chesapeake Bay. The Jellyfish ...Read More »
Most streams in the Chesapeake Bay watershed are in poor condition or worse. That’s according to new data released Monday by the Chesapeake Bay Program, the regional partnership that leads restoration efforts. Sampling of nearly 8,000 stream sites between 2000 ...Read More »
Underwater grasses in the Chesapeake Bay, a key indicator of the health of the waterway, decreased last year with high water temperatures and poor water quality eyed as factors, researchers said Thursday as they released the results of an annual ...Read More »