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.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it is looking for communities interested in helping raise baby oysters.
Oyster season officially ends with the arrival of April 1, which is the start of blue crab season in Maryland.
You’ve probably never heard of the Maryland Oyster Patrol Police, but you know their successors. The Maryland Natural Resource Police floated in Thursday, and rolled out their newest and oldest pieces of equipment.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is asking citizens to share their views on outdoor recreation.
Maryland natural resources officials say trout stocking has begun in streams and lakes across the state.
The Department of Natural Resources says a new map shows the distribution of Marcellus shale deposits in western Maryland.
It prowls the banks of Beaverdam Creek under the cover of night, hunting for its favorite meal.
An aquatic hitchhiker, which caused millions in damage, is being spotted in Maryland in the upper Chesapeake Bay.
Proponents of reintroducing elk to western Maryland say the animals would generate $4.4 million a year in tourist dollars.
The annual oyster harvest is underway in the bay and this year, there’s a positive twist.
A record low number of young striped bass were counted this summer in the Chesapeake Bay.