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Dorchester Banner (Thu 8 Sep, 2016)
Sustainable farming for business and the Bay
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Mr. Scott, 34, comes from a line of at least six generations of farmers on both sides. His family has farmed the Eastern Shore since before the Revolutionary War. His father, Douglas Scott, was assistant secretary for resource conservation under Robert Ehrlich and helped to implement the Maryland Department of Agriculture Cover Crop Program.

WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Thu 8 Sep, 2016)
Web Xtra: 2015 Maryland Coastal Bays Report Card
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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On Thursday, the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science released the 2015 State of the Bays report card. Among other things, it showed an overall health grade of a C+. Click here to see the full report.

The Huffington Post (Fri 2 Sep, 2016)
Grades Matter: Changing The Way We See Healthy Rivers
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The theme of this year's IUCN World Conservation Congress in Hawaii is Planet at the Crossroads. The 'crossroads' between economic growth and environment is something we come across in freshwater conservation on a daily basis. Water is essential for all life but it is also essential for development. In many of the world's largest river basins, we see tensions as water is needed for transporting goods, powering energy sources, and producing food but then very little is left in the right amount of quality or quantity to support ecosystem functionality.

Dorchester Banner (Fri 2 Sep, 2016)
NASA eyes Choptank watershed in Bay water quality report
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CAMBRIDGE ­­— Chesapeake Bay water quality is showing signs of improvement and NASA is paying attention.

CBS Baltimore (Wed 3 Aug, 2016)
Weather Stretches Chesapeake Bay's 'Dead Zone'
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Just when it looked like the Chesapeake Bay was getting a break, a big setback has hit.

CBS Baltimore (Tue 26 Jul, 2016)
Air Quality Is Boosting Chesapeake Bay Water, Researchers Say
Staff quoted: Keith Eshleman, Bill Dennison
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BALTIMORE (WJZ)–Cleaner air, cleaner bay? University of Maryland researches are finding solid evidence for it.

The Fishing Wire (Tue 19 Jul, 2016)
Chesapeake Bay Dead Zone Second Smallest on Record for Late June
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Fish, crabs and other aquatic life in the Chesapeake Bay are literally getting more breathing room this summer. Recent monitoring shows that the size of the oxygen-starved "dead zone" in late June was the second smallest since 1985, when the Baywide monitoring program began.

CBS Baltimore (Mon 18 Jul, 2016)
Pod Of Dolphins Spotted Swimming In Anne Arundel County
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ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Surprise sighting in Anne Arundel County. A pod of dolphins was spotted swimming in the West River.

The Baltimore Sun (Fri 15 Jul, 2016)
Chesapeake Bay oxygen levels rise to second-highest since 1985
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Recent reports have shown growing populations of blue crabs, striped bass and anchovies in the Chesapeake Bay, and a fundamental environmental barometer is explaining why: Oxygen levels in the estuary are among the highest in three decades.

The Star Democrat (Thu 14 Jul, 2016)
Dissolved oxygen in Bay 2nd best since 1985
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EASTON — The late June dissolved oxygen levels in Maryland's portion of the mainstem of Chesapeake Bay was the second best it has been since 1985, according to data released by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources on Tuesday, July 12.

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