Atlantic sturgeon, the largest fish native to the Chesapeake Bay, were abundant when English settlers first arrived in the 1600s. Once commercially fished, they're now classified as endangered. (Dave Harp)

Legal battle likely over Trump rules weakening endangered species protections

Jeremy Cox, BayJournal.com Move follows bid to curb states’ power to challenge energy projects The Trump administration announced sweeping regulatory rollbacks Monday

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Big striped bass, or rockfish, are a popular springtime catch for anglers. But the larger fish also happen to be the most productive egg bearers. (Photo courtesy Virginia Institute of Marine Science)

CBF Statement on Striped Bass Actions by ASMFC

News Release, Chesapeake Bay Foundation (ARLINGTON, VA)—Last week, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) voted to send an update

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