IAN in the Media

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Bay Journal (Wed 29 Jun, 2016)
Passing health grade still out of reach for Anacostia River
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The Anacostia River may no longer be "forgotten," but it is still extremely degraded, according to a report released Wednesday by the Anacostia Watershed Society.


CNN (Tue 28 Jun, 2016)
U.S. Olympic rowers' unisuits offer protection against polluted Rio waters
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(CNN) - The U.S. Olympic rowing team will appear in seamless unisuits when they hit the bay waters of Rio de Janeiro this summer. Though many viewers will notice only the second-skin fit, these innovative suits will also be providing much-needed protection against the foul waters of Guanabara Bay. The unisuits are knitted with antimicrobial material, their designer said.


CBS Baltimore (Wed 15 Jun, 2016)
Experts: Chesapeake Bay's 'Dead Zone' Will Be Smaller This Year
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Chesapeake Bay has been showing major signs of improvement this year with clearer water, more bay grasses and an increase in the crab population.


Lancaster Farming (Mon 13 Jun, 2016)
York County Tour Looks at Family's Conservation Efforts
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MANCHESTER, Pa. — Farmers throughout Pennsylvania are doing their part to improve water quality by implementing good conservation practices, state Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding said Wednesday as he toured Gross Family Cold Springs Farm in York County, calling it an example of environmental stewardship.


Bay Journal (Sun 12 Jun, 2016)
Bernie's feet lead the way in another Patuxent River wade-in
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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Bernie Fowler's 29th annual Patuxent River Wade-In began Sunday with great optimism. There were prayers, the National Anthem, a beautiful sunny day and a crowd of more than 200 relatives, friends and legislators on hand to see firsthand how clear the water was.


Lancaster Farming (Sat 11 Jun, 2016)
Budget, Bay Reboot, Economic Development Top Pa. Ag Agenda
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HARRISBURG, Pa. — This summer, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding's focus is as wide-ranging as the industry he represents.


My Eastern Shore MD (Thu 2 Jun, 2016)
Grades going up
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The last couple of months have brought us some welcome news on the Chesapeake Bay and its Kent County tributaries, the Chester and Sassafras rivers. All three are showing improvement in health and water quality.


Delaware Online (Wed 1 Jun, 2016)
Farmers play valuable role in water quality progress
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No one today lives and works closer to our land and water than America's farmers. As agriculture secretaries and commissioners from Chesapeake Bay region states, we value and strongly appreciate the contributions that our 141,000 farmers make – in jobs and economic impact, in environmental stewardship and in producing food for our region, nation and the world.


Public Opinion (Tue 31 May, 2016)
County urges state to pay to clean up streams
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CHAMBERSBURG - Franklin County has joined a growing number of counties urging the Pennsylvania General Assembly and Gov. Tom Wolf to establish long-term funding to clean Pennsylvania's streams and rivers.


Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal (Wed 25 May, 2016)
Editorial: Good news, bad news
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The good news: In a report card on the health of the Chesapeake Bay, 2015 turned out to be the best non-drought year since 1992, representing a third consecutive year of growth.



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