Monday 27 May 2019
Alarmed with the Potential Detriment to the Environment, Coalition Calls for Assessment, Rejection of TransCanada’s Eastern Panhandle Expansion Project Baltimore, MD — On Tuesday August 8, a letter signed by 18 state and local environmental organizations was delivered to Secretary Ben Grumbles of the Maryland Department of…
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Waterkeepers Chesapeake Asks MDE to Take Closer Look at Polluted Rivers in Maryland Comments Issued on 2016 Report of Surface Water Quality   Waterkeepers Chesapeake, along with nine independent Riverkeeper organizations, asked the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) to look at a number of river and…
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Part of Rhode River reopens for shellfish harvesting A portion of the Rhode River reopened for shellfish harvesting Monday, five months after the state determined bacteria levels in the river were too high to allow watermen to harvest there. The Maryland Department of the Environment reclassified a…