Report: Chesapeake Bay Health Trending Upward For First TimeThe health of the entire Chesapeake Bay is showing unprecedented signs of improvement.
Eat At Chipotle To Help Save The Chesapeake BayChipotle has teamed up with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation for a fundraiser for the bay on Thursday.
Scientists Collect Female Mussels To Restore Population, Keep Waterways CleanVery few waterways contain a mussel called the eastern elliptio. An exception is Deer Creek in Harford County.
Researchers Encouraged By Increased Number Of Dolphins Sightings In Chesapeake BayIt's a sign that summer is on its way. Dolphins, which were once a rare sighting in the Chesapeake Bay, are returning again.
Public Meetings Set On Chesapeake Bay Crossing StudyThe Maryland Transportation Authority is hosting a series of public meetings regarding a study of traffic capacity and access across the Chesapeake Bay.
Md. Weighing Options For Conowingo Dam To Prevent Mass Release Of SedimentFor almost 90 years, Conowingo Dam has provided hydroelectricity and held back much of the dirt that washed off the land into the Susquehanna River.
Man-Made Oyster Reef Experiment Underway In Chesapeake BayScientists want to see if man-made oyster reefs can break up dead zones of low oxygen that plague the Chesapeake Bay in warmer months, which would improve water quality in this part of the river.
Groups Announce New Goal Of Adding 10 Billion Oysters To Chesapeake BayA partnership between dozens of groups has set a new goal of adding 10 billion new oysters to the Chesapeake Bay by 2025.
Annual Report Shows Improvement In Chesapeake Bay RestorationA recent report used 31 different indicators to measure the health of the Chesapeake Bay, and overall it showed great progress for restoration efforts.
Chesapeake Bay Defenders Hold Breath, Wait On SenateThe Senate may not restore a deep, House-passed cut in federal funding to the Environmental Protection Agency's Chesapeake Bay Program.
Recycled Oysters Shells Bringing New Life To Maryland WaterwaysThe struggle to bring oysters back to the Chesapeake Bay has encountered a new challenge.
Researchers: Chesapeake Bay Dead Zones Biggest Since 2014Researchers say the total amount of oxygen-deprived dead zones in Chesapeake Bay this summer was the biggest since 2014.