This 13 week training is led by local ecologists and focuses on the natural history and ecology of Maryland's Eastern Shore.
ShoreRivers dived on the Miles River Marylander’s Grow Oyster (MGO) sanctuary reef to check progress and success of past plantings.
Open water swim across Choptank River to benefit ShoreRivers cancelled due to water quality concerns.
Choptank Riverkeeper successfully testified before the Maryland State Board of Public Works to prevent damage by oversize barges to tidal wetlands and restored oyster reefs.
Farmers and ag service providers attended a field day at Fair Hill Farms, showcasing manure insertion. The field day was part of a grant-funded effort of Sustainable Chesapeake, Shore Rivers, University of Maryland Extension and other partners.
ShoreRivers is pleased to announce that Senator Christopher Van Hollen Jr. will be the keynote speaker at the State of the Midshore Rivers Party.