Science, elbow grease keep National Aquarium tanks poop-free

With more than 500 species of fish, that’s a lot of waste

Questions Loom Over Effects of State’s Oyster Recovery Efforts on Watermen’s Bottom Lines

While the state seeds the beds, are oystermen missing out?

Maryland Squirrel Pulled From Endangered List Following Conservation Action

A once at-risk squirrel was taken off the federal endangered species list on Monday.

Underwater Pumpkin Carving at National Aquarium Aims to Help Children Understand Importance of ‘Scary’ Animals

Families flocked to the National Aquarium in Baltimore for its “Hallowmarine” celebration

Scientists Probe Food, Energy, Water Solutions at World Bank Workshop

Researchers from across the globe brainstormed ways to meet future resource needs at a meeting earlier this week.

Pope’s visit Sparks Maryland Congregations to Push for Climate Legislation

More than 80 congregations throughout the state are standing behind a multi-faith effort to spread climate change awareness and improve Maryland environmental policy.

Maryland House has two vacant seats after Proctor’s death, Campos’s resignation

COLLEGE PARK — The Maryland House of Delegates has two vacant seats following the announcement on Thursday of the death of Delegate James E. Proctor Jr., a Democrat who represented parts of Charles and Prince George’s counties, and the resignation…

Kayaking Journey Around Bay Aims to Inspire Environmental Stewardship

ANNAPOLIS—Don Baugh and Tom Horton paddled their kayaks into the waters off the coast of Sandy Point State Park on Wednesday, launching their 500-mile traverse of Chesapeake Bay waterways. It’s a journey they had taken once before, 10 years ago.…