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The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is enforcing a catch limit per vessel per trip of 45 large coastal sharks. The agency stated that…

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) sounded the alarm once again Thursday about Pennsylvania’s inability to meet its clean water goals, suggesting in a…

Maryland’s largest oyster hatchery has been having serious production problems. But now, late in the season, things appear to be turning around. The University…

In a decision that illustrates the tension between policymakers’ desire to promote clean energy and preserve forests and surrounding waters, Maryland Environment Secretary Ben…

Leech

Washington is no stranger to bloodsucking parasites, but scientists have identified a new species of previously unrecognized medicinal leech. It’s the first one discovered…

Maryland and Virginia have released final details of the latest round of plans to protect and tidy the Chesapeake Bay. All six Chesapeake Bay…

Maryland Matters reported on Aug. 16 that Delegate Dereck Davis is considering introducing legislation that would remove “black liquor,” a byproduct of paper milling,…

In the past decade, Maryland has seen an increase of 35,090% in the amount of electricity it gets from solar power, and a 550%…

A federal court delivered another blow Wednesday to a natural gas company that wants to run a pipeline under parts of Western Maryland. United…

Scenic Rivers Land Trust’s Board of Directors announced Wednesday that Sarah Knebel, who has been with the organization for four years, will become executive…