Volume 14, Issue 39 ~ September 28 - October 4, 2006

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Long Strides toward a Cure

Walking 30, 50, 60 miles isn’t the half of it; by Dotty Holcomb Doherty

Is Your Garden Bay Wise?

How dad and I measured by the Bay Wise Maryland yardstick. by Alexandra Brozena

Way Downstream ~ EPA remodels the Chesapeake Bay Program for action after criticism for lacing “a comprehensive, coordinated implementation strategy" … Teresa Chambers, a Calvert countian, won’t get back her job as U.S. Park Police chief … Chesapeake Bay Trust invests our money in urban canopies of trees … District 1 Congressman Wayne Gilchrest, a maverick Republican, says we’ve invested enough in rebuilding Poplar Island … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, In China, will up-close panda tourism further endanger the iconic forest dwellers?


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

The Sporting Life ~ Rockfish three ways: Once you catch it, you get to eat it. by Dennis Doyle

Earth Journal ~ August’s goldfinches: What’s sad about these golden surprises? by Gary Pendleton

Earth Talk ~ Throw These Dishes into the Compost: Skip the washing without adding to our trash piles.

Bill Burton ~ The Easy Life on the Camping Trail: From icemakers to tents wired for lighting, creature comforts are in.

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Make Room for Houseplants: Help your potted garden make a smooth transition indoors.

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ The Wild One: A tame teapot today, Sagittarius is civilization’s first sidekick. by J. Alex Knoll

8 Days a Week ~ Bay Weekly’s Guide to good times. by Carrie Steele-Madren

Flickerings ~ Burns on Jet Li’s Fearless: Jet Li dazzles with crackling action and a story to match in his martial arts opus.

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