We’ll take this year’s Volvo Race without the twister; by Al McKegg
At Chesapeake Bay Earth School, Chesapeake Bay and Bay Weekly are textbooks; by Ben Miller
In Baltimore, sailors and ships get seaworthy; by Kat Bennett
Way Downstream ~ Bill Burton bouncing back after a fall … Gov. E invests in his green record with plans for a new Urban Tree Canopy and hybrid buses … A long dry spell comes to 10 northern Anne Arundel zip codes … Plus, last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature: Virginia leaps into oyster farming by approving three large projects that could harvest some 25 million native oysters yearly.
Editorial • Commentary • Letters to the Editor
Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Grow Jerusalem artichokes for flowers and food : Cooked and mashed with butter, these ‘artichokes’ deserve their name.
Bill Burton ~ How to catch a fish’s eye.
Earth Journal ~ Maryland’s natives azaleas are rare beauties; by Gary Pendleton
Earthtalk ~ The stats on Energy Star appliances
The Sporting Life ~ Bantam brawlers of the lily pads. by Dennis Doyle
Curtain Call ~ Merely Players’ Footloose: “An unashamed showpiece for youthful exuberance and daring, encouraging its cast to sing and cavort with unrestrained glee.” reviewed by Dick Wilson
Tidelog® • Sky Watch ~ Reflections from space: Reflected sunlight illuminates the dark places in our night sky. by J. Alex Knoll