Congress has rejected previous attempts by the Trump administration to cut Bay Program funding. (Dave Harp)

Governor Hogan Urges Congressional Leaders to Protect and Increase Funding for Chesapeake Bay Restoration

Writes to Top Republicans and Democrats: “The Administration’s Proposed Cut to the Chesapeake Bay Program Is Short-Sighted” News Release, Office

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WASHINGTON - Tailpipe emissions are major contributors to greenhouse gases. Maryland Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen are proposing a bill to get the United States to "net zero" greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. (Anna Hovey/Capital News Service)

Cardin and Van Hollen aim for net-zero greenhouse gases by 2050

By: Anna Hovey, Capital News Service WASHINGTON — A bill aimed at achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in the United

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Three Cassiopea, or upside-down jellyfish, from Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean seen from above in the lab at the Department of Invertebrate Zoology in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. Credit: Allen Collins and Cheryl Ames

Stinging Water Mystery Solved: Jellyfish Can Sting Swimmers, Prey With ‘Mucus Grenades’

Interdisciplinary Research Team Discovers, Describes New Free-floating Jellyfish Stinging Structures News Release, Smithsonian Institutes In warm coastal waters around the

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Reef construction in the Tred Avon, shown here in 2017 photo, has been stalled since 2018 by a lack of funding. The Corps' Baltimore District hopes to award a reef construction contract for the Tred Avon by September and begin work in December. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District photo)

Money comes through to resume oyster reef work in MD’s Tred Avon

After funding drought, Corps allots $5 million to restoration of Bay bivalves By: Timothy B. Wheeler, Oyster reef construction

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