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Full Circle Farming: How commercial pressures and government regulations affect farming success on the Eastern Shore

By Arden Haley, Nov 01, 2016, Categories: Community, Today

Facing commercial pressures and government regulations, the future success of Eastern Shore farming relies on the time-tested resilience of the hands-on farmer

Aberdeen High School students discover the Bay on CBF's Baltimore Education Program

By Arden Haley, Oct 12, 2016, Categories: Community, Today

While out exploring the Susquehanna Flats with students from Aberdeen High School, CBF Captain Ian Robbins caught and released this gigantic blue crab.

Chesapeake Farm to Fork: Stewardship in the Kitchen Begins on the Farm

By Arden Haley, Oct 12, 2016, Categories: Today, Eat+Drink+Shop

How Anne Arundel County is promoting environmental and culinary sustainable partnerships

Historic Goes Green in Oxford: Two aging properties receive much more than a facelift

By Arden Haley, Oct 04, 2016, Categories: Home+Garden

Barbara Paca and Philip Logan are committed in both their personal and professional lives to being both environmentally conscious and culturally sensitive

What all the Buzz is About: Will There Be Enough Bees?

By Arden Haley, Aug 15, 2016, Categories: Home+Garden, Community

The science of bees explains their vital importance to our ecosystem and agricultural industry in Maryland; meet local beekeepers advocating for their protection.

Putting Preservation on the Map: Living Oceans Foundation Restores the World’s Oceans with Scientific Research

By Melissa Lauren, Apr 08, 2016, Categories: Community

In what could be described as a pivotal maritime maneuver, the Living Oceans Foundation moved its worldwide headquarters to Annapolis this past fall.

Stewards of the Severn: The Severn River Association leads a restoration movement focused on community activism

By Arden Haley, Feb 18, 2016, Categories: Community, Today

It is often said that “it takes a village to raise a child,” but perhaps this African proverb can also be applied to restoring a river.

Teach Your Children Well: Education Mandate Propels Environmental Programs in Schools

By Arden Haley, Sep 25, 2015, Categories: Arts+Entertainment, Today

The tree planting was part of Midshore’s plan to help the four counties within its jurisdiction meet the state’s new environmental education requirement for high school graduation

Stunning Shorelines that Save the Bay: The Changing Landscape of Waterfront Home Ownership

By Lisa Lewis, Jul 14, 2015, Categories: Home+Garden, Community

The Changing Landscape of Waterfront Home Ownership.

The Environment: Seemingly Small Changes and Their Lasting Effects

By Arden Haley, Apr 02, 2015, Categories: Today, The Look

April has become the traditional month to revisit, reassess, and re-invigorate our commitment to the environment. Way back in 1970, Earth Day first got the ball rolling.