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Governor Martin O’Malley Statement on Federal Blue Crab Disaster Declaration

Annapolis, Md. (September 23, 2008) — Governor Martin O’Malley commended the support and leadership of Maryland’s Congressional Delegation today and thanked Department of Commerce Secretary Carlos M. Gutierrez for the federal fishery disaster declaration for the Chesapeake Bay blue crab. “We are grateful to Senators Mikulski and Cardin, and our…


Governor O’Malley Announces New Citizen Oyster-Growing Program, Maryland Oyster Planting Record

State and Partners Plant Nearly One-Half Billion Oysters in 2008; Create Stewardship Project to Grow One Million Young Oysters over the Next Year Easton, Md. — Governor Martin O’Malley today kicked off a new partnership aimed at increasing citizen involvement in oyster restoration, and announced that Maryland has planted more…


Governor Martin O’Malley Invites Residents and Visitors to Explore the Wilds of Worcester

Public-Private Partnership Launches www.WildsofWorcester.com to Help People Embark on Their Own Outdoor Adventure POCOMOKE CITY, MD – A new public, private, non-profit partnership, the Wilds of Worcester, recently began promoting the boundless eco-tourism opportunities in Worcester County, Md. Through webisodes and interactive graphics, the partnership’s new website, www.WildsofWorcester.com offers suggestions…


Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley Honored As Sportsmen’s Best Friend Of The Year

Maryland Artificial Reef Initiative Partner, Mike Baker of Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project Honored with Hero of Chesapeake Bay Award ANNAPOLIS, MD – Tonight, the Maryland Legislative Sportsmen’s Foundation (MLSF) presented Governor Martin O’Malley with its prestigious Sportsmen’s Best Friend of the Year Award at its 7th Annual Banquet and Auction…


Governor O’Malley Announces Competitive Grant Process For Chesapeake And Atlantic Coastal Bays 2010 Trust Funds

Governor Launches New Way of Targeting, Prioritizing Restoration Funds ANNAPOLIS —  Governor Martin O’Malley today announced the opening of a competitive process through which local governments, community groups, non-profit organizations, academic institutions and private enterprises may apply for local implementation grants from the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays 2010 Trust…


Delaware and Maryland Forge Bi-State Approach to Protect and Restore the Nanticoke River

Governor Minner Commends a Focus on Stewardship and Maryland Governor O’Malley’s Shared Watershed Goals PHILLIPS LANDING . . . Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary John A. Hughes and Maryland Department of Natural Resources Secretary John R. Griffin met in Vienna, Md. and traveled by boat to…


Southern Maryland Ranger Named Maryland Forester Of The Year

Forest Service Honors Four Who Make A Difference ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently honored four Maryland Forest Service employees for their leadership and outstanding contributions to protecting and enhancing Maryland’s forests and green-spaces. Forester Brian Stupak of Lusby, Md. was named Maryland Forester of the…


Civic Justice Corps Receives Overwhelming Response In Its First Month

Governor O’Malley’s New Initiative Offers Meaningful Summer Conservation Jobs and Training for Baltimore City Youth BALTIMORE, Md. — The Civic Justice Corps (CJC), Governor Martin O’Malley’s new initiative to provide conservation jobs and training for at-risk and court-involved Baltimore City youth, has received tremendous response from teenagers and their families….


Governor O’Malley Announces BPW Approval Of Improvements To Nine Parks In Four Counties

Annapolis, MD – Governor Martin O’Malley this week announced Board of Public Works (BPW) approval of $1,256,853 in local-side Program Open Space (POS) funds for nature trails and park improvements at nine sites across the state. “Program Open Space projects such as the ones approved today enable working families to…


New Civic Justice Corps Offers Meaningful Summer Conservation Work to At-risk Youth

CATONSVILLE, MD  –  One day after signing legislation that protects Maryland’s environment, the health of the Chesapeake Bay, and helps secure Maryland’s energy future, Governor Martin O’Malley today announced the expansion of the Maryland Conservation Corps (MCC) – the state’s award winning AmeriCorps program – to include a summer job…