It’s a numbers game that effects livelihoods to dinner tables in Maryland. And right now the count is on.
The Chesapeake Bay’s blue crabs are not overfished, but fisheries managers should keep a close eye on this year’s harvest because of a cold winter that cut the population.
A million dollars might just buy some answers in the Chesapeake.
To determine how valuable foodstuff oysters are to blue crabs, finfish scientists will place the celebrated mollusk under surveillance this summer.
More crabs. A healthier outlook for the Chesapeake Bay means the Department of Natural Resources has lifted some restrictions for commercial crabbers.
When it comes to seafood in Baltimore, it all boils down to the blue crab. Who makes the best lump meat crab cake, steams and seasons the best crabs, or stuffs the best crab into […]