Posts Tagged ‘environment’

Bay survey measures community role

Bay survey measures community role

Ocean City, Maryland. The following article was published on 23 September 2013 in DelmarvaNow.com – the online version of The Daily Times – a newspaper of  Salisbury, Maryland.  It also appeared in The Worcester County Times and Delaware Beaches. Do you use rain barrels? How often do you apply fertilizer to your lawn? Have you […]

A Rising Maryland: Our Coastal Bays and the Dawn of a New Legislative Season

A Rising Maryland: Our Coastal Bays and the Dawn of a New Legislative Season

Ocean City, Maryland. The following article was published on 28 January 2013 in DelmarvaNow.com – the online version of The Daily Times – a newspaper of  Salisbury, Maryland and in print form in The Ocean Pines Independent. It’s still the dawn of a new year and Maryland, in particular, has a lot to be excited […]

Menace or Martyr?

Menace or Martyr?

Marina, California. If you haven’t been following the trial of Tim DeChristopher, it’s the case of an environmental activist who, through a clever prank, thwarted Big Oil over development of pristine Utah wilderness. With no intention or resources to pay, Mr. Christopher successfully bid on $1.7 million of parcels in a Bureau of Land Management […]