More Blue Crabs, but Chesapeake Bay Is Still at Risk, Report Says

NYT: A group of volunteers washed and bagged oyster shells as part of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation oyster restoration program in Gloucester Point, Va. The blue crab population is growing again in Chesapeake Bay, but the 64,000 square-mile system of bays, marshes and rivers remains imperiled, according to a report [pdf] released Tuesday by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. The foundation is a nonprofit advocacy organization that measures the health of this complex system, the largest estuary in the......

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