July 2019 Updates

31 July 2019
Communities Confronting "Sunny Day" Flooding Woes
Salisbury Independent

Pa. Environmental Chief Sees Local Benefits to Federal Stormwater Mandates
Herald-Mail Media

30 July 2019
Proposed Sale of Harrisburg Water System Gets Attention at Meeting about Stormwater Fee
Penn Live

29 July 2019
UMD Case Study Examines How Green Infrastructure Can Help Suburban Environments Manage Increasingly Intense Stormwater and Adapt to Climate Change
University of Maryland (UMD)

Rebuilding Poplar Island with Clean Dredged Material
Dredging Today

Septic System Failures Expected to Increase in Coastal Virginia
Bay Journal

26 July 2019
Reducing Farm Greenhouse Gas Emissions thru Farm Conservation Practices may Plant the Seed for a Cooler Planet
PA Envronmental Digest Blog

Ag Reps: Committee Squeezing Out Meat, Dairy
The Delmarva Farmer

24 July 2019
MD DNR Reports Underwater Grasses Show Resilience Despite Record Rainfall
ChesaDel Crier

22 July 2019
Raw Sewage was Discharged into Harrisburg Waterways on 150 Days Last Year
Penn Live

Elizabeth River Chemical Cleanup Continues to Make Progress
Bay Journal

21 July 2019
"Sunny Day" Floods a Rising Threat in Region, including Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C.
Maryland Reporter

17 July 2019
Conservation Practices Keep Land Sustainable
SuccessfulFarming

Scientists: Hampton Roads to Get Steamier and "Floodier"
The Virginian-Pilot

Climate Solution: Use Carbon Dioxide to Generate Electricity
Scientific American

The Hemp Doctor of Wyndridge Farm
Chesapeake Bay Program

Maryland's Highest Court Rules States Can Trump Counties in Deciding Where Solar, Wind Projects Can Go
The Frederick News-Post

16 July 2019
Critics: "Sue Pennsylvania" Over Bay Cleanup Shortfall
Chesapeake Bay Magazine

forever chemical15 July 2019
Chesapeake States Grapple with "Forever Chemical" Contaminating Drinking Water

Bay Journal

12 July 2019
EPA Plans to Curtail the Ability of Communities to Oppose Pollution Permits
New York Times



10 July 2019

Five Years Strong: Delaware's Water Warriors Continue to Rally for Clean Water
Choose Clean Water Coalition

8 July 2019
Continued High River Flows Having Mixed Impacts on Bay and its Resources
Bay Journal

7 July 2019
Martinsburg, Ranson Awarded "Green" Infrastructure Grants
Herald-Media Mail

5 July 2019
Watermen, Environmentalists Weigh in on Maryland Plan to Save the Bay
WBOC

3 July 2019
WV Department of Environmental Protection Receives $2.6 Million for Water Improvements
WVNews