By Sandy Hausman – WAMU 88.5 FM American University Radio – July 11, 2012 – VIDEO
States that have rivers feeding into the Chesapeake Bay, including Virginia, are making progress in addressing water pollution. That's the word from a pair of non-profits keeping an eye on the numbers. Every two years, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and a group called Choose Clean Water are checking to see how well actions taken by farms, cities, suburbs and wastewater treatment plants are working. Are they successfully cutting the amount of nitrogen and phosphorous flowing into the Bay? For full story, click here.