$372.5M In Federal Funds Awarded To Conservation ProjectsProjects designed to cut down on fertilizer runoff, expand bird nesting areas and restore native grasslands are among those selected for funding under a new initiative that encourages conservation partnerships between government and private organizations.
Cemetery Group's Efforts Revive Western Md. SiteAfter you drive Alexander and Furnace streets then navigate a couple of switchbacks on Cemetery Road, you'd figure there would be no more uphill.
How To Save Energy At WorkDon't let the excuse of not being at home cause you to make less eco-friendly decisions. Here are some things you can do at work to ensure you keep up your earth-friendly habits.
National Aquarium Expands Role In ConservationThe National Aquarium in Baltimore is hiring a new officer to oversee its expanded mission to lead conservation efforts for ocean preservation.
Best Ways To Celebrate Earth Day 2013 In BaltimoreBaltimore has an active conservation-minded community and there are a number of Earth Day events being held in the area.
Saving Sea Turtles Subject Of Baltimore MeetingSaving sea turtles is the subject of a meeting this week in Baltimore.
Md. Senators: Farm Bill Retains Bay ProtectionsMaryland senators say a farm bill passed by the Senate retains important bay conservation programs.
Maryland Extends Home Performance Rebate ProgramThe Maryland Energy Administration is adding $850,000 to the state's home performance rebate program.
Hellbender Salamander Exhibit Opens At The Maryland ZooThey're slimy and fascinating, and now you have a chance to see them in Baltimore. They're giant salamanders that hide under rocks.
Only U.S. Copy Of Magna Carta Treated At US ArchivesA painstaking conservation effort to remove old patches and repair weak spots in a 714-year-old copy of the Magna Carta has revealed that the full text of that English declaration of human rights remains intact even though some words are faded and illegible to the eye, the National Archives said Tuesday.
Chesapeake Conservation Corps Celebrates 1st YearMembers of the new Chesapeake Conservation Corps planted trees in Annapolis to celebrate their first year.
USDA: Voluntary Bay Efforts Working, More NeededMore needs to be done to keep farm runoff from reaching the Chesapeake Bay, even though voluntary incentive-based efforts by farmers have helped, according to a USDA report released Tuesday.