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Posts Tagged ‘restoration’

ICYMI: Chesapeake Bay Improving, Green Group Says, January 3rd, 2013

By Raquel Guillory Director of Communications In Maryland, we’ve set the goal to improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay by 2025. While we still have a ways to go, through the process of BayStat and effective policies, we’re making significant progress. Read the article below to learn more about the Bay’s improving health. Key  Read the Rest…

CBF Fact Checks Funk and Bolton, November 13th, 2012

By Raquel Guillory, Director of Communications In Maryland, we know that one of the keys to restoring the health of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, lies in reducing the input of pollution from sources throughout each watershed.  That’s what we are working to do with Maryland’s Bay Watershed Implementation Plan (WIP).  Restoring the health of  Read the Rest…

Video Message from Governor O’Malley on the Storm Recovery, July 1st, 2012

By Raquel Guillory, Director of Communications We wanted to share this video update from Governor Martin O’Malley on the power restoration efforts in Maryland. In the video, the Governor encourages Marylanders to look out for one another and asks people with power and air conditioning to open up their homes to friends and family without  Read the Rest…

Bay Restoration Fund (2012), March 1st, 2012

Provides funding for upgrades to wastewater treatment plants that dramatically reduce levels of nitrogen and phosphorus entering the Atlantic Coastal Bays, the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries by doubling the Bay Restoration Fee.

Septics and Bay Restoration Fund Testimony, February 15th, 2012

House Environmental Matters Committee Annapolis, Maryland Chairwoman MacIntosh; Vice Chair Malone; Members of the Committee: We choose to address issues relating to the health of our Bay, because a healthy Bay matters for jobs, opportunity, and our quality of life – and because years from now, none of us want to have to look our  Read the Rest…

Natural Resources – Chesapeake Bay – Oyster Restoration (2007), March 1st, 2007

Authorizes specified nonprofits to lease up to 30 acres of submerged land in Anne Arundel County for the purpose of oyster restoration and requires the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to annually publish maps and coordinates of areas closed to shellfish harvest. The legislation also modifies existing penalty provisions governing oyster poaching and establishes an Oyster Advisory  Read the Rest…