Md. Watermen Want More Access To Oyster SanctuariesOyster sanctuaries are currently off limits to watermen and they'd like at least limited access.
Millions of Oysters Coming to Maryland Thanks to $800K GrantA federal agency is ordering up some oysters—hundreds of millions of oysters.
Maryland Awarded $800K to Restore Oysters In Chesapeake BayThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has awarded $800,000 to Maryland to help restore the Chesapeake Bay's oyster population.
State Halts Oyster and Clam Harvesting in Some Spots Due to High Bacteria LevelsRising levels of bacteria have prompted the state to put some oysters and clams off limits for harvesting.
Tens Of Thousands Of New Oysters Planted In The BayBack where they belong after starting life in a lab. Tens of thousands of new oysters have been planted in bay waters, thanks to human help.
Senator Cardin Wants More Oyster Farms In Chesapeake BayThere is a state lab on the Eastern Shore helping to bring the oysters back to the bay.
Ryleigh's Oyster: Party In The BurbsIt starts with grabbing your boo, the neighbor you’ve been stalking or that stranger you just bumped into while reading this on your phone, and heading to the Ryleigh's Oyster new Hunt Valley location.
Watermen And Police Working Hard To Meet Thanksgiving Oyster DemandOysters figure prominently at Maryland Thanksgivings--a demand hundreds of watermen are working hard right now to meet.
Tens Of Thousands Of Oysters Survive To Make Trip To Better WaterIn perfect conditions, oysters raise themselves. But in parts of the bay, they need hands-on human help.
Oyster Populations Booming In South Part Of The Chesapeake BayEven good news about the Chesapeake can be overshadowed. In this case, it's oysters.
Watermen Protest Plan To Use Fossilized Oysters To Restore The BayAn effort to clean up the Chesapeake Bay comes to a sudden halt. There's a plan to use fossilized oyster shells as building blocks to restore the bay.
Police Turn To Tech In Pursuit Of Oyster ThievesA sophisticated radar and camera system installed along the Chesapeake Bay is acting as another set of eyes for Maryland Natural Resources Police who have successfully tracked watermen poaching oysters from state sanctuaries -- and already won their first court case against two of them -- since the system went online Oct. 1.