1. Chesapeake Stories: A Look Back with Arthur Tuers

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    At 79 years old, Arthur Tuers has been fishing, crabbing, and boating the Chesapeake Bay for most of his life. He began working at McNasby's Oyster Company at age 10, and he has seen the oyster…

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    • PSA: What does it take to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay? (Web Version)

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      What does it take to restore and protect one of America's greatest national treasures? If you're talking about the Chesapeake Bay, that's a really big question. So we asked our partners…

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      • Bay 101: Stormwater Runoff

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        When rainfall runs across roads, lawns and golf courses, it can pick up pollutants before it enters local waterways. Mike Fritz from the Chesapeake Bay Program explains why so-called “stormwater…

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        • From the Field: Monitoring Blue Catfish in Virginia's James River

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          July 2011: Bob Greenlee, fisheries biologist with the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, explains how they use electrofishing boats to monitor blue catfish in the James River. Blue…

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          • Chesapeake Unscripted: What happens to stormwater runoff after it rains? (York, PA)

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            We asked people in York, Pennsylvania what happens to stormwater runoff after it rains. Learn more at www.chesapeakebay.net Produced by Steve Droter Music: "Quand je serai grand" by…

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            • From the Field: Tagged brook trout reveal the pristine health of Maryland’s Savage River

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              April 2012: Follow biologists as they track native brook trout in western Maryland's Savage River, and learn why these fish are used to monitor the health of the freshwater streams that flow…

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              • From the Field: Rebuilding oyster reefs in Harris Creek, Md.

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                March 2013: Harris Creek, a tributary of the Choptank River on Maryland's eastern shore, is the initial site of one of the largest restoration projects ever undertaken in the Chesapeake Bay.…

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                • From the Field: Restoring urban streams in Washington, D.C.

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                  May 2012: Peter Hill and Stephen Reiling from the District Department of the Environment take us on a tour of two successful stream restoration projects in Washington, D.C., and explain why controlling…

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                  • Chesapeake Unscripted: What are we doing to protect our rivers? (Washington, DC)

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                    We asked people around Washington, DC what they think is being done to protect their local rivers, and what things we should all be doing to help keep our water clean. Produced by Steve Droter Music:…

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                    • Bay 101: Ospreys

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                      Ospreys are a top fish-eating predator in the Chesapeake Bay and a sentinel species of environmental health. By studying their diet and behavior, scientists can learn more about the effects of chemical…

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