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The Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay for Dummies

These are my final words as I head off into retirement. After nearly 10 years of Bay Journal articles, I ask myself how to sum it up. Don’t I owe you, the readers, some sort of crescendo, some climactic statement? It’s not that easy. It...

With proper management, Bay species can help themselves

It came to me out of the blue, in (of all places) Colonial Beach, a wonderfully funky town at the top of Virginia’s Northern Neck. The main reason for bureaucrats to go to Colonial Beach, other than to pick up some great softshells and...

Move to deal with Bay’s ammonia problem is in the air

It never ceases to amaze me how much we have to learn about the Chesapeake Bay and other estuaries like it. We have known for more than a decade that the air was a major source of the nitrogen that is over-enriching the Bay’s waters,...

Chesapeake 2000: The path is clear, but can we deliver?

The new Chesapeake 2000 Agreement is signed and two years of effort by a great many people from all over the watershed has paid off. Everyone seems pleased and inspired by the results — the new goals and objectives with clear measures and...

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