Scientists look in on the checkered sculpin, which continues to thrive in the 'last cold places' of the Chesapeake Bay's headwater streams.
The July 14, 2022, christening of the tunnel boring machine that will create a tunnel under Alexandria, VA, to collect sewage-tainted stormwater and divert it to a treatment plant.
An African American community on Maryland's Eastern Shore celebrates its unique history and works to preserve its values and traditions. By Tom Horton, Dave Harp and Sandy Cannon-Brown. (Note: Addition to the credits under Archival Photos - Donna L. Cole and Getty Images)
Ray Ellis makes a living hauling chicken poop. That's good for the Chesapeake Bay, because animal manure is a major source of water pollution. Here's a look at the process, with thoughts from Ellis about the ongoing challenge of managing manure.
Roundabout Meadows is a farm operated by the Piedmont Environmental Council in Northern Virginia, which preserved the land and opened a community farm where volunteers help grow crops. The property also includes trails and wetlands that are open to the public.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is closing its beloved education center on Fox Island, as rising water has eroded the land and threatened the center itself.
Scores of advocates show their support for a clean water bill June 5 on the steps of the Delaware state capitol building. A bill that would dedicate $25 million a year toward the state's growing backlog of water-cleanup and drainage projects cleared a key legislative later in the day.
Invasive snakeheads are spreading throughout the Chesapeake region. But many anglers, like those at this Maryland fishing tournament, love to catch them. Fishery managers are hoping those anglers will help keep the snakehead population in check.