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Thursday, June 30, 2011


June happenings from around the Bay watershed -

06/17/2011 Chessie Mystery Solved, It Is a Big Algae Mat, Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch View Clip

06/17/2011 Reel Report: Spot fishing is anything but spotty, The Gazette Online View Clip

06/18/2011 Coastal Bays Receive 'C' Grade, WBOC-TV – Online View Clip

06/18/2011 Watershed Stewards Academy seeks eco-conscious residents, The Capital Online View Clip

06/19/2011 Chesapeake Crab Population Continues Recovery, Heartland Institute View Clip

06/19/2011 Young oysters flourishing in local 'ranches', The Star Democrat Online View Clip

06/20/2011 Online Guide Helps Homeowners Choose Chesapeake Bay Native Plants, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay

06/20/2011 Going to the goats, Southern Maryland Newspapers Online, View Clip

06/24/2011 Cutting Bay funding will cost more in the long run, The Express Online View Clip

06/24/2011 Lessons in ecology - and life - on the Bay, Baltimore Sun – Online View Clip

06/27/2011 VA to host meeting on Chesapeake Bay issues, WTVR-TV – Online View Clip

06/27/2011 Disease-resistant oysters call for shift in Bay restoration strategies, e! Science News View Clip

06/27/2011 Our Winter of Discontent, Salt Water Sportsman – Online View Clip

06/27/2011 Near-record runoff washes salt from Upper Chesapeake, Baltimore Sun - Online View Clip

06/27/2011 Upper Chesapeake Bay sees low salinity levels, AllVoices View Clip

06/28/2011 What is so Critical about the Critical Area? Pasadena Patch View Clip

6/28/11 Home builders group sues EPA over new Chesapeake Bay pollution regulations, Penn Live Online

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