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Connecticut Post (Mon 22 Jun, 2015)
Lawmakers seeking $65 million to clean up Long Island Sound
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With new legislation proposed to protect and restore the waters of the Long Island Sound, Connecticut and New York lawmakers are hoping to reverse the effects of decades of over-development and pollution.


News Times (Danbury, CT) (Mon 22 Jun, 2015)
Lawmakers seeking $65 million to clean up Long Island Sound
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With new legislation proposed to protect and restore the waters of the Long Island Sound, Connecticut and New York lawmakers are hoping to reverse the effects of decades of over-development and pollution.


Greenwich Time (Mon 22 Jun, 2015)
Lawmakers seeking $65 million to clean up Long Island Sound
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With new legislation proposed to protect and restore the waters of the Long Island Sound, Connecticut and New York lawmakers are hoping to reverse the effects of decades of over-development and pollution.


Stamford Advocate (Mon 22 Jun, 2015)
Lawmakers seeking $65 million to clean up Long Island Sound
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With new legislation proposed to protect and restore the waters of the Long Island Sound, Connecticut and New York lawmakers are hoping to reverse the effects of decades of over-development and pollution.


Eye on Annapolis (Sun 21 Jun, 2015)
Bay Trust announced new grant program for stream restoration
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The Chesapeake Bay Trust, in partnership with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and with input from the Maryland Department of the Environment, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and other agency and technical partners, announce four recipients of its new collaborative Restoration Research Grant Program. This program was created to answer key restoration questions to benefit the stream restoration process. It is the hope of the funding partners that answering these questions will ultimately lead to increased confidence in proposed restoration project outcomes, clarification of optimal site conditions most appropriate for particular restoration techniques, information useful to regulatory agencies in project permitting, and information that will help guide monitoring programs.


Greenwich Time (Sat 20 Jun, 2015)
Bob Horton: Save the Sound forcing governments to do what they should already have done
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Western Long Island Sound suffered harsh treatment in the last 10 days, and it was not the result of furious storms from Mother Nature.


Southern Maryland News (Fri 19 Jun, 2015)
Fowler's 'sneaker index' measures clearest river water since 1950s
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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For the 28th year, former Maryland senator and longtime Patuxent River advocate Bernie Fowler and his allies gathered on its shores to symbolically assess its health and affirm their dedication to cleaning it up Sunday at the annual Patuxent River Wade-In.


Southern Maryland News (Wed 17 Jun, 2015)
Fowler's Sneaker Index measures clearest river water since 1950s
Staff quoted: Tom Miller
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For the 28th time, former Maryland senator and longtime Patuxent River advocate Bernie Fowler and his self-proclaimed "followers" gathered on the shore of the river to symbolically assess its health and affirm their dedication to cleaning it up Sunday at the annual Patuxent River Wade-In.


Bay Weekly (Mon 15 Jun, 2015)
Killer Algae - Blooms are bigger, badder
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The Bay is being overrun by algae. Billions and billions of the tiny creatures are making life harder on the rest of the ecosystem. The three most common algae in the Bay have been blooming more frequently over the last 20 years, according to researchers at University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.


Connecticut Post (Mon 15 Jun, 2015)
Care of the Sound is for us all
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The vitality of Long Island Sound is an asset that is important not only to those communities that border it, but also to every community in Connecticut.


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