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ASMFC Approves Maryland’s Request to Extend the 2008 and 2009 Recreational Striped Bass Seasons

Non-quota Management Approved for the First Time Annapolis, Md. — Today, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s Striped Bass Management Board (ASMFC) approved Maryland’s request to extend the 2008 and 2009 recreational striped bass seasons. The decision also approved an alternative non-quota based management strategy for the fishery’s spring season….


Public Meeting Oct. 15 on Expanded Deer Management at Soldiers Delight N.E.A. of Maryland

Owings Mills, MD — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources invites people to discuss a proposed expansion of deer management at Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area (N.E.A.) on Wed., Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of New Town High School, 4931 New Town Boulevard in Owings Mills. Soldiers…


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…


DNR to Begin Stocking Trout in October for Maryland’s Fall Fishing Season

Annapolis, Md. — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources will stock approximately 19,000 trout into freshwaters across the state during October 2008. A small number of these will be brown trout averaging 3 to 5 pounds each. “Thanks to a good amount of rain that put some water back in…


New Water Trail Map Designed to Help Paddlers Explore Maryland

The Wild Side of the Potomac River in Charles County CHARLES COUNTY – The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Charles County recently created a new water trails map and guide to lead paddlers along at least four water trail adventures in Charles County. The colorful guide, printed on waterproof…


Phone Applications For Black Bear Hunting Permit Begin Aug. 25 For Maryland

ANNAPOLIS – On August 25, 2008, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources will begin accepting phone-in applications from hunters wishing to participate in this year’s black bear hunting permit lottery. Applications will be accepted over the phone at 1-888-579-6768 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. from August 25 through August…


First 2008-2009 Early Migratory Game Bird Hunting Seasons Begin Sept. 1

ANNAPOLIS — Today, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the 2008-2009 early migratory game bird hunting seasons. “The dove season, which marks the traditional start of hunting activity each year in Maryland, opens on Monday, Sept. 1, and continues through Oct. 11,” said Bill Harvey, DNR migratory game bird…


Toxic Algae Bloom Identified In Potomac River Tributary, Mattawoman Creek

Dept. of Natural Resources Asks Potomac Watershed Residents For Help to Prevent Future Harmful Algal Blooms Indian Head, MD —  Routine water quality monitoring by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the Morgan State University Estuarine Research Center recently identified high concentrations of blue-green algae, Microcystis, in Mattawoman Creek…


36 Young Adults Graduate From Maryland Conservation Corps

Annapolis — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources recognized 36 young adults graduating from the Maryland Conservation Corps (MCC) on Thursday at Assateague Island State Park in Worcester County. Each corps member was commended for completing more than 1,700 hours of community service for Maryland state parks. “The dedication of…


Salem Forest Trail Opens In Leonardtown

New Addition to St. Mary’s River State Park Offers Recreational Opportunities to Community Leonardtown — Salem Forest Trail, a new route of St. Mary’s River State Park’s trail system in Leonardtown, is now open to the public. The project includes two trails that are located on the newly acquired Salem…