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Behind historic Waugh Chapel AME Church on High Street, an urban oasis of greenery and neighborly spirit has been flourishing since 2015. Under the direction of Rev. Emanuel Johnson, the congregation’s then pastor, Waugh Chapel opened its back yard to community members who needed a space to grow healthy, affordable food. That generosity and support has continued, helping Cambridge Community Garden grow to 52 raised beds. more
ANNAPOLIS — Secretary of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Josh Kurtz, in consultation with blue crab advisory groups, announces the commercial mature female hard crab catch limits … more
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s blue crab season officially opens April 1 in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries and the Atlantic Ocean and coastal bays. With the opening of a new … more
ANNAPOLIS — Watermen and commercial shuckers who sell fresh oyster shells and/or transport and plant fresh oyster shells as part of the Maryland Department of Natural Resource’s restoration … more
EASTON – ShoreRivers last week announced a brand-new initiative that will have direct benefits to Eastern Shore water quality: Tree the Shore. Thanks to a grant from the Chesapeake Bay … more
WASHINGTON – Citing encouraging signs of improvement, five Maryland lawmakers expressed their support Wednesday for increased funding of the federally-backed Chesapeake Bay restoration program. … more
ANNAPOLIS – As sea level rise changes the coastal landscape of Maryland in the future some existing wetlands will be submerged, while existing land will become wetlands. A state mapping … more
ANNAPOLIS – Two recent studies by Maryland Department of Natural Resources scientists highlight spawning challenges that striped bass, also known locally as rockfish, face in the Chesapeake … more
Striped bass  emergency regulations submitted  by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources to bolster the species’ spawning population were approved today by the Maryland General … more
ANNAPOLIS — In early January, aerial survey teams of pilots and biologists from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service conducted their annual population … more
WASHINGTON – On Friday, U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin (both D-Md.) announced $1,612,926 to bolster flooding mitigation efforts in Cambridge. The federal funds, provided through … more
BALTIMORE – Maryland Attorney General Anthony G. Brown and Maryland Secretary of the Environment Serena McIlwain on Wednesday announced the settlement of a lawsuit against an Eastern Shore fuel … more
ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Department of Natural Resources will plant about 147 million oyster spat, or juvenile oysters, on 41 acres in Anne Arundel County waters with mitigation funds from the … more
ANNAPOLIS — Last month, the U.S. Department of Commerce notified Maryland Gov. Wes Moore that it has declined Maryland’s request for a federal commercial fisheries disaster declaration … more
ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Department of Natural Resources’  Fall Oyster Survey  recorded a remarkable year for juvenile oysters in Maryland waters, finding both prolific numbers … more
ANNAPOLIS – A rainstorm’s a-brewing and Maryland needs your help to document flooding. Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently launched the new MyCoast … more
The University of Maryland Extension, University of Delaware Extension and the Maryland-Delaware Forage Council once again invites forage producers, grazers, livestock owners and associated industry … more
SNOW HILL — If you’re interested in protecting marshland then the Lower Shore Land Trust wants to hear from you. The tri-county nonprofit is joining with Marshes for Tomorrow and its … more
ANNAPOLIS — Governor Wes Moore and the Maryland Energy Administration on Dec. 11 announced the annual launch of two key programs that bring better energy solutions to the homes of … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin (both D-Md.) welcomed the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) release in November of 130,716 H-2B temporary … more
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