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Maryland Issues New Guidelines for State Construction in Areas Vulnerable to Coastal Flooding and Sea Level Rise

Maryland’s Climate Change and CoastSmart Construction Working Group has issued its Final Report, intended to guide what, where and how the State builds in areas vulnerable to coastal flooding and future sea level rise.  The report recommends specific siting and design guidelines for State construction projects to protect against the impacts of climate change. 





NRP Graduates Class of 19

The ranks of the Maryland Natural Resources Police grew by 19 with the graduation Friday of its latest class of recruits. The new officers took their oath, administered by Col. George F. Johnson IV, NRP superintendent, at AnneArundelCommunity   College before a large audience of family and friends.



Junior Waterfowl Hunting Day Set for February

Experienced waterfowl hunters are invited to introduce young people to the sport during a Junior Waterfowl Hunting Day on February 8. On this date, hunters 15 years of age or younger may hunt ducks, geese, mergansers and coots on public and private lands when aided by a qualifying adult. 



DNR to Begin Spring Trout Stocking in February

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources will begin releasing Rainbow and Brown Trout in streams and lakes across the State in early February. The stocking dates and locations will be dependent on stream, ground and weather conditions. By the start of summer, DNR will have released around 335,000 trout at more than 130 areas throughout  Read the Rest…



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