Father & Son Duo Start 200-Mile Kayak Journey Down Chesapeake BayA father and his son are taking on a 200-mile kayak journey down the Chesapeake Bay to raise money for families who’ve been hit hard by the pandemic.
Maryland Father & Son To Begin 200-Mile Kayak Journey Down Chesapeake Bay To Raise Money For Hunger ReliefA Maryland father and son will begin their 12-day kayak journey down the Chesapeake Bay to raise money for hunger relief on Friday. 
Seafood Wholesaler J.J. McDonnell Harvests Invasive Blue Catfish To Help Chesapeake BayThe blue catfish have become a growing challenge in the Chesapeake Bay, threatening other native species and depleting other food sources.
Maryland Zoo Rehabilitates Illegally Kept Diamondback Terrapin, Releases It Into Native Habitat
Governor Hogan Awards $22M For Chesapeake Bay Restoration ProjectsGovernor Larry Hogan announced the awarding of $22 million to 25 ecological restoration projects geared toward improving the water quality and habitat of the Chesapeake Bay. 
Crab Population Is Not Being Overfished According To Blue Crab Report Released By Chesapeake Bay ProgramThe Chesapeake Bay Program released the 2021 Blue Crab Advisory Report and it found that the blue crab population is not being overfished and is not depleted. 
Maryland Announces Mature Female Hard Crab Catch Limits For Commercial CrabbersThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the female hard crab catch limits for commercial crabbers. The rules will apply in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries.
Chesapeake Bay Receives 'C' Grade On Annual Report Card Despite Pandemic Quarantine Last YearThe health of the Chesapeake Bay improved to a grade of C in 2020 — up from a C-minus in 2019, according to an annual report card by scientists released Tuesday.
Market-Size Oyster, Spat Population In Chesapeake Bay Increased In 2021The market-size oyster population in Maryland rose slightly over the past year, and spat estimates increased to the highest level in the previous 20 years, according to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources' 2021 Oyster Stock Assessment Update released Tuesday.
Female Crab Population Slightly Increased In Chesapeake Bay, But Survey Is 'Mixed Bag'The Virginia Marine Resources Commission and Maryland Department of Natural Resources released the results of the 2021 Blue Crab Winter Dredge Survey, an annual estimate of the blue crab population in and around the Chesapeake Bay.
Good Samaritan Helps Pull People To Safety After 4 Fall Into BayFour people were rescued just south of the Bay Bridge after their boat capsized Wednesday evening, Maryland Natural Resources Police said.