Monday 23 October 2017
Part of Rhode River reopens for shellfish harvesting A portion of the Rhode River reopened for shellfish harvesting Monday, five months after the state determined bacteria levels in the river were too high to allow watermen to harvest there. The Maryland Department of the Environment reclassified a…
For the first time in nearly 20 years, oysters and clams can be harvested in a portion of Parish Creek – at least in theory. The Maryland Department of the Environment announced it had reclassified 77 acres of the creek, a West River tributary, from "restricted" to…
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