- Study: Highway runoff kills salmon but filters can help Updated: Oct-08-15 4:51 pm
SEATTLE - Toxic runoff that flows from highways into urban streams is killing coho salmon in Puget Sound, but simple filtering methods can help fish survive, a new study finds.
- Kayaking crew to finish 500-mile trip around Chesapeake Bay Updated: Oct-08-15 2:16 am
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - A kayaking crew is scheduled to finish a 500-mile trip around the Chesapeake Bay and the Delmarva Peninsula.
- W.Va., Va. get $1 million each in US bay cleanup funds Updated: Oct-02-15 2:20 am
RICHMOND, Virginia - Virginia and West Virginia each are receiving $1 million in federal funding for their roles in restoring the Chesapeake Bay.
- Delaware celebrating estuaries with 'Art in the Estuaries' Updated: Sep-26-15 10:15 am
DOVER, Delaware - Delaware officials are holding an event called "Arts in the Estuary" to celebrate the waterways.
- Volunteers spend weekend planting trees in Pass Christian Updated: Sep-20-15 8:24 pm
PASS CHRISTIAN, Mississippi - Volunteers spent the weekend restoring some of Hurricane Katrina's destruction by planting maples, live oaks and cypress trees at Henderson Point in Pass Christian.
- Shark-bitten marine mammals found on Oregon beaches Updated: Sep-17-15 8:39 pm
ASTORIA, Oregon - In at least one telling of the story, a local surfer is out looking for waves in the ocean off Fort Stevens State Park around this same time several years ago.