The long, hot, lazy days of summer are here, and being on or near the water is the perfect way to spend them. Whether you feel like taking a dip, launching your boat — be it a kayak or pontoon — or simply taking a walk, there are new places throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed for you to explore each year.
Pick up any article about the health of the Chesapeake these days and you are sure to see the term “resilient.” It’s become the trendy way of saying that despite pollution continuing to run off into the Bay and extreme weather events, the Bay is thriving.
From record acreage of underwater grasses to an unprecedented effort to restore oysters, experts are cautiously optimistic that...
In the end, it was a custom-made crab cracker, made from the wood of the Pride of Baltimore, and a crab baseball hat that sealed the transition. On June 8 at the annual meeting of the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Executive Council, Gov. Terry McAuliffe officially handed over the chairmanship of the Council to Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan.