IAN in the Media

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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.


Maryland Independent (Wed 25 May, 2016)
Report card: Overall Chesapeake Bay health improved last year
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Jeremy Testa
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The largest estuary in the nation scored a "C" grade in 2015, an indication of having a moderate ecosystem health, according to a press release issued by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. The Chesapeake Bay Report Card noted "overall improvement in Bay health but still poor to moderate conditions. Decreased nutrient levels are significantly improving Chesapeake Bay health."


The Calvert Recorder (Wed 25 May, 2016)
Ches. Bay earns a 'C' for 2015
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Jeremy Testa
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The largest estuary in the nation scored a "C" grade in 2015, an indication of having a moderate ecosystem health, according to a press release issued by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. The Chesapeake Bay Report Card noted "overall improvement in Bay health but still poor to moderate conditions. Decreased nutrient levels are significantly improving Chesapeake Bay health."


WYPR (NPR) Radio (Wed 25 May, 2016)
Change in Direction for the Chesapeake After a Long Downward Slide
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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In 1987 and again in 2000, governors of the Chesapeake Bay region states signed agreements to reduce pollution and restore the health of the nation's largest estuary.


The Enterprise (Tue 24 May, 2016)
Report card: Bay's health improved last year
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison, Jeremy Testa
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The largest estuary in the nation scored a C grade in 2015, an indication of having a moderate ecosystem health, according to he University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. The Chesapeake Bay Report Card noted "overall improvement in Bay health but still poor to moderate conditions. Decreased nutrient levels are significantly improving Chesapeake Bay health."


Capital Gazette (Fri 20 May, 2016)
Our say: Report card brings good news on the bay
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Since when is a C on a report card good news? When it occurs in the evaluation of the Chesapeake Bay by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, which has generally assigned D's during its three decades of doing this annual assessment.



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