Panel To Study How To Reduce Bay Pollution At Conowingo DamA Maryland panel has been formed to study ways to reduce Chesapeake Bay pollution that comes by way of the Conowingo Dam.
Exelon To Fund More Study Of Conowingo DamThe Maryland Department of the Environment says Exelon Corp. will pay up to $3.5 million to fund more study of the Conowingo power dam's effects on Susquehanna River and Chesapeake Bay water quality.
Conowingo Dam Project EIS Open To Public Comment Federal officials have released a draft environmental impact statement for the relicensing of three Susquehanna River hydroelectric projects, including Exelon's Conowingo dam.
2 People Rescued From SusquehannaTwo people have been rescued from the Susquehanna River.
Sen. Cardin Holds Hearing On Conowingo DamConcerns about the sediment-filtering capacity of a dam on the lower Susquehanna River in northeast Maryland and related environmental issues must be addressed in the broader context of trying to improve water quality efforts throughout the Chesapeake Bay region, officials said Monday at a U.S. Senate field hearing.
Underwater Vegetation Is Making A Comeback In The Chesapeake BayIt was a hard blow to the Chesapeake, and it's taken years to recover.
Bay Foundation To Intervene In Conowingo Dam Relicensing The Chesapeake Bay Foundation has filed to intervene in the relicensing of the hydropower facility at the Conowingo Dam.
Man Found Dead On Cecil County Road Maryland State Police say a man has been found dead in a Cecil County road.
Conowingo Dam Relicensing Process May Shed Light On Bay PollutionThe Clean Chesapeake Coalition hopes the Conowingo Dam's relicensing process will create an opportunity to address concerns about the dam's role in Chesapeake Bay pollution.
Fish Lift At Conowingo Dam To Help Restore American ShadGiving fish a lift. At Conowingo Dam in Harford County, it is literally the only way to get migrating fish upstream in the Susquehanna River.
Underwater Dirt Threatens To Spill Into Chesapeake BayUnderwater dirt. That’s basically what the millions of tons of sediment backed up behind Conowingo Dam is.
Conowingo Dam Operators Prepare For RelicensingSince construction ended on the Conowingo Dam in 1928, it has been the best management practice to prevent sediment flow into the Chesapeake Bay from the Susquehanna River, said Bob Judge, spokesman for Exelon.