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Last weekend as many were focused on their long holiday weekend, nearly 100 people were completing the Bay Paddle 2021, an eight-day paddle re…

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On Saturday, September 26, Chris Hopkinson completed a 203-mile paddleboard journey through Maryland and Virginia waters, making him the first…

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On September 18, Chris Hopkinson will leave Havre de Grace, MD on a 14-foot paddle board and paddle the entire Chesapeake Bay over a span of n…

Potomac River Fisheries Commission played host to the Potomac RiverKeepers last week prior to the historic decision by the Virginia legislature to force Dominion Energy to clean up their coal ash ponds in the Commonwealth. Dean Naujoks of the RiverKeepers presented a lecture showing the harm that coal ash, and the leakage from it, can

Potomac River Fisheries Commission played host to the Potomac RiverKeepers last week prior to the historic decision by the Virginia legislature to force Dominion Energy to clean up their coal ash ponds in the Commonwealth. Dean Naujoks of the RiverKeepers presented a lecture showing the harm that coal ash, and the leakage from it, can

The massive assault of record rainfall the Chesapeake Bay has received this year is being blamed as the culprit for its recent D+ rating by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. The foundation dropped the Bay’s rating of a C- two years ago to a D+, which marks the first time the rating has seen a drop