Volume 13, Issue 16 ~ April 21 - 26, 2005

On Our Cover:

  • Holding up this Good Earth Is Easy — if you’re Atlas or following in his footsteps, gaining strength from your contact with Mother Earth.
  • Mark Cullember, Lonny Scheffler, Lonny Scheffler II, Phil Steinbach and Destin Ford with their catch on the opening day of trophy rockfish season.
  • St. John’s and the Naval Academy square off in their annual croquet match on the grounds of St. John’s College this Saturday.

This Week's Lead Story:

10 Holding Up This Good Earth
To celebrate Earth Day’s 35th birthday — and Bay Weekly’s 12th — we offer a week’s worth of ways to tread more lightly on Mother Earth


Fishers Rejoice as Rockfish Season Returns
Through murk and cold, the cycle continues; by Ted Daly

Putting Corn to Work
For chicken feed, you can heat your house with chicken feed; by Bruce Allen Bauer

Way Downstream ~ Too much of a good thing in Calvert, Maryland’s fastest growing county … Travel-loving beluga whale visits warmer waters … Pennsylvania’s $625 million pollution containment referendum … Last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature: Rare animals turn peace negotiators at the Korean border.

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Editorial Letters to the Editor Bay Reflections

EarthTalk ~ Low-cost mortgages for green homes

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Pruning four species of hydrangeas

Bill Burton ~ As goes our endangered Susquehanna, so goes Chesapeake Bay

Steve Carr ~ Who’s going to save the bay?


Earth Journal
~ Life and death drama in vernal pools; by Gary Pendleton

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