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  1. Bay 101: Emerald Ash Borer

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    The emerald ash borer is an invasive insect that is killing ash trees as it spreads across the United States. Colleen Kenny, a forester with the Maryland Forest Service, and Paula Shrewsbury, a professor…

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    • From the Field: Trash Trawl hauls microplastics from Bay waters

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      Julie Lawson, Director of Trash Free Maryland, leads a research effort to determine the extent of plastic pollution in the Chesapeake Bay. Lawson, along with Stiv Wilson, Campaign Coordinator of The…

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      • Changing Chesapeake - Fish Facing Warmer Waters

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        The Chesapeake Bay has warmed by almost three degrees in the past 70 years. So, what does a warming climate mean for the fish species that reside in the Chesapeake Bay? Dr. David Secor, a fisheries…

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        • Meet the Eco-Goats

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          Invasive plants got your goat? A Maryland company explores outside-the-box approaches to vegetation removal. Brain Knox is President of Sustainable Resource Management, Inc., a natural resource…

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          • Harris Creek gets Two Billion Oysters

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            A final load of juvenile oysters was cast into the 350-acre Harris Creek oyster reef in September 2015, marking over two billion oysters planted in the sanctuary. One of the largest oyster restoration…

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            • Restoration Spotlight: The Little Juniata

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              A Pennsylvania river that once was an "open sewer" is being restored with the help of fishermen, paddlers and others who belong to the Little Juniata River Association, led by Bill Anderson…

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              • How Green is Your Deen?

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                High schooler Ailya Gillani sees a generational gap between her and her parents, where she is the source of "fresh ideas" for the family and her parents are a source of culture and tradition.…

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                • From the Field: Chesapeake Bay Interpretive Buoy System

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                  Ten buoys comprise the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association's Chesapeake Bay Interpretive Buoy System, and it is up to buoy engineer Katie Kirk and the CBIBS team to keep the yellow,…

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                  • Going Green at Gunston School

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                    Gunston Day School in Centreville, Md., uses a student-centered philosophy to thread environmental stewardship across disciplines. It was recently certified as a 2015 Green School by the Maryland…

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                    • Bay 101: Population Growth

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                      Our daily lives can dramatically impact the environment when we consume natural resources, alter the landscape to fit our needs and pollute our land, air and water. As the population in the Chesapeake…

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                      • Chesapeake Unscripted: What is Your Wish for the Bay? (Harrisburg, PA)

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                        If you could grant one wish for the Chesapeake Bay, its rivers, or its watershed, what would it be? Residents of Harrisburg, Pa., talk about what the Bay and the nearby Susquehanna River mean to them,…

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                        • Bay 101: Intersex Fish

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                          Fish biologist Vicki Blazer with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) brings her team to the Shenandoah River in Front Royal, Va, to collect and study specimens of smallmouth bass, a species in which…

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