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Monthly Archives: April 2019

Green infrastructure benefits extend beyond stormwater By Joan Smedinghoff – Chesapeake Bay Program – April 12, 2019 When it comes to community infrastructure, many local officials are looking for solutions that serve multiple purposes. That’s where green infrastructure, such as … Continue reading

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Fifteen AGs slam Trump move to limit federal authority under Clean Water Act By Steven Mufson – The Washington Post – April 16, 2019 Attorneys general from 14 states and the District of Columbia on Tuesday vehemently opposed the Trump … Continue reading

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Celebrating 10 Years of Atlantic White Cedar Planting! National Aquarium – April 10, 2019 For 10 years, the National Aquarium’s Conservation team—in partnership with The Nature Conservancy and the Chesapeake Bay Trust—has been working to restore valuable habitats at Nassawango Creek Preserve. This area … Continue reading

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Trump to issues executive orders seeking to speed up oil and gas projects By Toluse Olorunnipa and Steven Mufson – The Washington Post – April 10, 2019 – Video President Trump signed a pair of executive orders on Wednesday seeking … Continue reading

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Monarch Butterfly Numbers are Soaring this Year By Steve Williams – Care2 – March 26, 2019 After several years of declining monarch numbers, researchers believe this year will see a dramatic uptick in monarch butterflies making their way across states like Texas. … Continue reading

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Convening a watershed to save a national treasure By Rachel Felver – Chesapeake Bay Program – March 28, 2019 Here at the Chesapeake Bay Program, we are proud to play the lead role in bringing everyone together that has a … Continue reading

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Clean Water Act: Chesapeake Bay Watershed Under Threat National Aquarium – March 22, 2019 The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the United States with more than 18 million people and 2,700 species calling its watershed home. Throughout its … Continue reading

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New EPA Citizen Science Quality Assurance Handbook Provides Best Practices for Citizen Science Projects U.S. Environmental Protection Agency For those who are curious about the natural world or have concerns about environmental issues such as air pollution or water quality, … Continue reading

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