#Water Bodies

Baltimore, MDPosted by
Kaleah Mcilwain

Best places to go crabbing in Baltimore

Blue crabs are a Maryland staple. There are plenty of great places to get them around the city but with the Summer crowds it could be a long wait. Just as much as locals enjoy going out for steamed crabs, many catch them fresh right in their own backyards.
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Ulster County, NYhudsonvalley360.com

Stream restoration project to begin in Ashokan Watershed

CHICHESTER — Two large stream restoration projects are set to begin in Silver Hollow near Chichester carried out by the Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program (AWSMP). The projects aim to restore segments of Warner Creek to a stable and more functional condition about 1.3 miles upstream of where Silver Hollow Road intersects with State Route 214. Work will begin in July and continue through October 2021. The projects combined will restore 1,100-feet of stream channel and four acres of stream corridor.
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South Dakota StateKELOLAND TV

Can we expect to see more fish kills in South Dakota waters?

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO)– On Wednesday, we showed you the fish kill at the Lake Vermillion spillway, which was caused by heat and lower water levels. Fish kills are typical each year in South Dakota, said Dave Lucchesi, Area Fisheries Supervisor, and they often happen in late summer. Factors that...
Fairfield County, CTPosted by
Fairfield County Charter

High Fairfield County beach pass fees hinder accessibility to town beaches, areas with high water quality

(Spencer Platt/Getty Images) (FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn.) As summer humidity and rising temperatures descend on Connecticut, many residents are turning to the numerous Fairfield County beaches to beat the heat. Unfortunately, the high cost of daily and seasonal passes for out-of-towners excludes some county residents from these marine oases, including those with high water quality.
Edina, MNPosted by
Abdi Isaaq

Mirror Lake, Lake Cornelia, and Lake Edina are under public water contamination restrictions.

EDINA, MN—The local authority of Edina advises people to avoid coming into contact with the water in Mirror Lake, Lake Edina, and the Lake Cornelia chain of lakes in Edina. The city recently took a sample of water from these three lakes to be analyzed. The result has shown that the blue Algae contamination has arrived at the stage where it may be harmful to the public's health (Including pets).
Michigan Statewkar.org

EGLE Staff Sampling Surface Waters To Assess Michigan's Water Quality

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy is assessing the state’s water quality, something that’s necessary in a state that’s rich in water resources. EGLE is conducting its annual surface water sampling to protect human health, aquatic life and to maintain recreational ability. Water sampling is done at...
Congress & Courtsiowastartingline.com

How Miller-Meeks Seeks to Stop new Water Quality Regulations

A bill to improve water quality and monitor for harmful chemicals passed the US House of Representatives recently without the support of any Iowa Republicans. Instead, Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks, alongside Sen. Joni Ernst, support a set of rules that prioritize local control over certain waterways and limit how much the federal government can regulate those waters. Both introduced resolutions in their respective bodies.
Barnstable County, MAcapeandislands.org

Freshwater Ponds Subject of Water Quality Study

The Cape's regional planning body wants to create a comprehensive study of the regions’s nearly 1,000 freshwater ponds. Cape Cod Commission executive director Kristy Senatori recently presented plans to Barnstable County Commissioners. She said the plan would expand on existing pond monitoring initiatives across the Cape, and would eventually suggest...
Ithaca, NYwrfi.org

Cayuga Lake’s HABs Season is Booming, Health Department Issues Warning

ITHACA, NY -- Cayuga Lake is leading New York state in Harmful Algal Blooms this season, prompting a call for caution at the Tompkins County Health Department. Cayuga Lake has had over two dozen toxic blooms this year according to reports collected by the Department of Environmental Conservation, or DEC. The toxic blooms can look like green mats, or even like paint floating in the water. Water Front wrote that nearby water bodies have yet to report their first.
Lincoln, NEPosted by
North Platte Post

Lincoln construction company fined $60K by EPA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reached a settlement with Starostka-Lewis LLC for alleged violations of the federal Clean Water Act, including unauthorized discharges of pollutants from the company’s residential construction site in Lincoln, Nebraska, into an adjacent stream. Under the terms of the settlement, the company agreed to pay a civil penalty of $60,009.
Indiathekashmirimages.com

Vichar Naag, all other springs to be restored: DDC Sgr

Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page Send by Email. Srinagar: In order to review the pace of ongoing process of rejuvenation and restoration work on historical water bodies in Srinagar, the District Development Commissioner (DDC) Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad along with Director Tourism, Dr G N Itoo today visited under restoration Gilsar, Khushalsar and Vicharnag water bodies.
Indiakashmirdespatch.com

DDC Srinagar oversees restoration/ rejuvenation works of Gilsar, Khushalsar Lakes

SRINAGAR, JULY 29: In order to review the pace of ongoing process of rejuvenation and restoration work on historical water bodies in Srinagar, the District Development Commissioner (DDC) Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad along with Director Tourism, Dr G N Itoo today visited under restoration Gilsar, Khushalsar and Vicharnag water bodies.
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