As Chesapeake Bay Oyster Population Declines, Debate Continues Over How To Help Species ReboundThe oyster population in the Chesapeake Bay is in sharp decline, prompting state leaders to try multiple tactics to improve the species' numbers.
Volunteers Install Oyster Gardens In Inner Harbor In Effort To Clean WaterA group of volunteers is hoping their efforts planting oyster gardens can make Baltimore's Inner Harbor swimmable and fishable.
Great Baltimore Oyster Partnership, Volunteers To Install Largest Oyster Garden In BaltimoreVolunteers will work with the Great Baltimore Oyster Partnership, Healthy Harbor Initiative, and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation to install what will be the largest oyster garden in Baltimore.
Gov. Hogan Re-Elected Chairman Of Chesapeake Executive CouncilGov. Larry Hogan was re-elected Chairman of the Chesapeake Executive Council on Thursday. 
Can Shellfish Save The Shoreline? Conservationists In Edgewater Are Putting Them To The TestAn underwater experiment is playing out in Edgewater. Conservationists are waiting to see if shellfish can help them save the shoreline.
Over 5M Oysters Planted In Patapsco River In Effort To Restore Water Quality, HabitatThey planted 3.4 million spat, or baby oysters, were planted on Wednesday alone- they originally had planned to seed around one million at the Campbell Reef. 
Report: Pennsylvania Must Do More To Help Chesapeake BayA nonprofit that tracks pollution in the Chesapeake Bay is once again lambasting Pennsylvania for not doing enough to protect the nation's largest estuary.
Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman Announces New Bay Protection PoliciesThe chief executive of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, announced two new policies aimed at protecting the Chesapeake Bay.
Chesapeake Bay's Blue Crab Population Increase Is Good News, Officials SayAn estimated total of 594 million blue crabs, a 60 percent increase over last year. This includes 190 million females, a 29 percent jump, as well as 324 million juveniles. 
As Rockfish Population Declines, Maryland Faces Pressure To Take Action On OverfishingCommercial watermen use gill nets to catch rockfish or striped bass in the Chesapeake Bay, while recreational fishermen use rods, reels, and hooks. 
New Farm Bill Will Fund Initiatives To Keep Chesapeake Bay HealthyIt's not always obvious, but the Chesapeake Bay's health is linked to farming.