The House of Delegates has passed a bill that would extend wildland protection to nearly 22,000 more acres of state-owned land.
Progress usually means something new. But around Baltimore’s harbor, it also means getting rid of something old.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it’s considering banning the age-old tradition of harvesting wild ginseng on state lands.
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Maryland counties need a time out on land-use legislation to deal with bills already passed by the General Assembly.
Thurmont town officials have approved the sale of about 400 acres of land to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources has offered Thurmont $1.4 million for about 400 acres of land it owns.
About 950 acres in Talbot County has been donated to Maryland’s Program Open Space. An agreement was approved Wednesday by the Board of Public Works.
Maryland’s Public Service Commission is considering plans for what developers say would be the state’s largest solar farm on state prison land near Hagerstown.
The Maryland Senate is working on the state’s $34 billion budget.
More than 250 Cumberland residents say they oppose the city’s proposed sale of about 3,800 rural acres in neighboring Pennsylvania to a conservation group.
A proposal Gov. Martin O’Malley is pushing to require septic systems for new developments would severely limit how state farmers sell their land.