Maryland Awarded $144K EPA Grant To Enhance Wetlands With 'Living Shoreline'The Maryland Department of the Environment on Tuesday received an EPA grant to enhance state wetlands with a "living shoreline" approach, placing plants, stones and other materials to restore coastal habitats.
Is Smith Island Sinking? Army Corp. Of Engineers' Multi-Million Dollar Project Hopes To Stop ErosionWater is at the center of life on this island. Three tiny villages make up one small community living off the bounty of the water that surrounds them.
DPW Temporarily Closes Loch Raven Drive To Repair Rain DamageThe temporary closure, between Providence Road and Morgan Mill Road, is due to erosion caused by heavy rainfall over the last several months.
3 Light Rail Stations Reopen After RepairsThree Baltimore light rail stations are back up and running.
3 Light Rail Stations To Close For RepairsThe Maryland Transit Administration says three light rail stations will close for week to make emergency repairs to tracks and to prevent further erosion of land.
Baltimore Co. Allots $3.3M For Restoration Of Stream That Runs Into The Chesapeake BayProtecting the Chesapeake Bay and private property. A troubled stream in Baltimore County will undergo a massive restoration. Some residents say it's long overdue.
Living Shorelines Use Nature To Prevent ErosionLiving shoreline programs in Maryland and Virginia that protect waterfront areas from erosion using natural methods are getting more than $800,000 in funding.
Most Beaches From Maine To Va. Eroding A survey of hundreds of miles of New England and mid-Atlantic coastline found that 68 percent of the beaches studied have eroded during the past 150 years, according to a report released Wednesday.