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The Maryland Department of the Environment, in response to the recent article on beach monitoring,“To be safe, surf the Internet before swimming at the beach,” (July-August 2013), would like to provide additional information to...

Letters to the Editor

We don't need fines to solve litter problem As the manager of a riverside park for more than 30 years, I have a different understanding of the role of law enforcement in the control of litter and dumping than the one presented in...

Letters to the Editor

DNR perch policies show lack of knowledge as to how market works The yellow perch tag issue in the article "Priming the market for perch on the plate" (March 2013) is far more complicated than Tony Friedrich of the Coastal Conservation...

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Remember, it takes two crabs to tango I have just read the article, "Decreasing male to female blue crab ratio concerns scientists" (July–August, 2012).  As a brief introduction, I was a commercial crabber out of Crisfield,...

Protecting the landscape a never-ending battle

Thanks for your coverage of the Cross-County Connector (See “MDE denies permit to build road through Mattawoman watershed,” December 2011), and congratulations to the many voices supporting the protection of Mattawoman Creek, a...

Set a time frame for ban on applying animal waste

Set a time frame for ban on applying animal waste Mr. Kenneth Carter is absolutely correct, in his commentary that stated, "Alternative uses [for animal waste - poultry litter, sewage sludge and manure] need to be examined and widely...

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