By E.B. FURGURSON III firstname.lastname@example.org
A lead scientist for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation told the Capital Gazette editorial board this week that major projects will reduce stormwater runoff into local streams and creeks within a few years.
The results will be far faster than the longer lag times associated with other bay cleanup efforts, said Beth McGee, CBF’s senior scientist for water quality.
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