Don’t be alarmed if you see a bright green liquid flowing through the Inner Harbor and other waterways.
A state senator from Harford County is taking aim at proposed regulations intended to keep manure and livestock out of Maryland streams.
An annual study of pollution levels in the Wicomico River and its watershed shows that levels went down slightly in 2011.
Cleaning the Inner Harbor one plant at a time. Dozens of wetlands are now floating in front of the World Trade Center.
Tropical Storm Lee is now a memory but the storm is proving to have a lasting and very negative impact on the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
Maryland will begin taking applications for new aquaculture leases in oyster sanctuaries next month.
The Cecil County Health Department says three beaches have failed to meet water quality regulations.
Officials overseeing the shores of Maryland and Delaware say one thing tourists don’t need to worry about this season is beach cleanliness on the coast.
Coming up for air. A plan to pump oxygen into a small portion of the Inner Harbor holds the promise of improving water quality.
The Chesapeake Bay Program says it will release new data on underwater grasses.