Some Talbot County Waterways Reclassified For Shellfish HarvestingThe Maryland Department of the Environment has reclassified parts of two Talbot County waterways for shellfish harvesting.
Shellfish Harvesting Closed In WaterwaysState environmental officials have closed parts of some waterways in Dorchester County to shellfish harvesting after unacceptable bacteria levels were detected.
Md. Waterway To Be Closed To Shellfish HarvestingEnvironmental officials will close parts of the Honga River in Dorchester County to shellfish harvesting because of elevated levels of bacteria.
FDA Warns Of Bacteria In Shellfish From N.Y. HarborThe Food and Drug Administration is warning people not to eat raw or partially cooked shellfish harvested from New York's Oyster Bay Harbor because they have been linked to cases of foodborne illness in several states.
Portions Of Wye River Closed To Shellfish Havesting Due To Bacteria LevelsJune 11th, the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) closed portions of the Wye River in Queen Anne’s and Talbot Counties to shellfish harvesting due to unacceptable bacteria levels.
Md. Broadens Ban On Shellfish From South KoreaMaryland state health officials are expanding a ban on shellfish from South Korea, saying consumers shouldn't eat any fresh, frozen, and processed products.
3 Md. Waterways Opened For Shellfish HarvestingThe Maryland Department of the Environment has lifted shellfish harvesting restrictions in portions of three waterways following a decline in bacteria levels.
2 Talbot County Shellfish Areas Reopened In Md.The Maryland Department of the Environment says two waterways previously closed to shellfish harvesting have been reopened and a third has been closed due to high bacteria levels.
Irene Prompts Closure Of Maryland ShellfishingThe Maryland Department of the Environment says it is closing shellfish harvesting in state waters because of potential water contamination from Hurricane Irene flooding and runoff.
Part Of Md.'s Miles River Reopened To ShellfishingAuthorities say a portion of Maryland's Miles River has been reopened to shellfish harvesting.