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William Morrow is tired of farmers getting a bad rap.
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Cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay is going to require its six watershed states to change the way things are done in waste-water treatment plants, on golf courses and on farms.
As a restoration scientist for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Rob Schnabel shuttles around Western Maryland in his hybrid car persuading farmers to switch to grazing -- which is healthier, eco-friendly and more profitable than confinement farming, where cows are kept in stalls and injected with antibiotics.
The biggest danger from Hurricane Earl will be rip currents and dangerous surf.
The state may lift the ban on harvesting female crabs from Sept. 26 to Oct. 4 this year. The decision will be made by the secretary of Maryland's Department of Natural Resources and may come within the next few weeks.
Nature fans who see a bird or tree and want to find out what it is immediately need look no further than an iPhone.
The family of a Shenandoah County man who was severely injured in a hit-and-run accident in June is offering a $5,000 reward for information about the incident.
The shells of young oysters in Chesapeake Bay aren't getting as thick as they've been in the past, and higher acidity levels are to blame, scientists say.
WTOP Traffic Reporter Bob Marbourg, who has been following the region's traffic patterns since 1979, offers advice for when to hit the road.
Look for fewer crabs from Texas and Louisiana on all-you-can-eat crab menus and more from Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.