Maryland environmental officials are asking residents to snap pictures of high tides along the state’s shoreline as part of an effort to document the effects of climate change.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says hunters killed 2 percent more deer than last year during the two-week firearm season that ended Saturday.
Officials say the Department of Natural Resources has missed a deadline to reply to written questions from the plaintiffs in a lawsuit about the 2013 menhaden regulations.
A state wildlife agency will get $1 million in federal funds from an excise tax on the sale of firearms and ammunition.
Portions of the Maryland Department of National Resources are moving from downtown Cumberland to offices in Rocky Gap State Park in nearby Flintstone.
Some nearby landowners are opposing a state plan for two off-road vehicle trails on Sideling Hill in western Maryland.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input on three new off-road vehicle trails proposed on state land in western Maryland.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is swearing in a new head of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
This June will mark one year on the job for Dee Dee Ritchie, the executive director for the Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority, who remains committed to overcoming the myriad of challenges accompanying the operation of the tourism hub.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources is reminding boaters that permits are now required for large gatherings on the water.
The Department of Natural Resources says it won’t use a herbicide to attack an invasive aquatic plant in western Maryland’s Deep Creek Lake this year.
State officials say they are seeking proposals for Maryland’s Stream Restoration Challenge.