Check out the latest edition of our Bay Brief! In this issue: Meet Our Summer Law Clerks, Permit for Trappe East Sewage Treatment Paused by Maryland Court, A Win for Our Nation’s Capital Waterways, Protecting the Bay from AFO Pollution, EPA Signals More Rigorous and Equal Enforcement of the Law, Is the Maryland Department of […]
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Check out the latest edition of our Bay Brief! In this issue: Transparency for the Win, MD General Assembly Wins Guide, Enforcing the Clean Water Act, Virginia Partners Legislative Wins, Women in Conservation, and a 3-Part Feature Series on CAFOs.
Click here for CLA’s May 2020 edition of the BAY BRIEF newsletter. In this Issue: Recent CLA blog posts An upcoming webinar announcement Meet the CLA summer interns Publications by CLA Board members.
Click here for CLA’s October 2019 edition of our BAY BRIEF newsletter. In this Issue: From the desk of Hannah Brubach… Comments for Change: Which WOTUS is covered under CWA? Permit DENIED Shout Out! Congrats to EIP for halting toxic pollution flow into the Susquehanna River! Small Enhancements toward BIG Impact Announcements around the Chesapeake Bay […]
In this Issue: Victory! Local Groups Win at Turtle Run When Critical Area Law Enforced State Environmental Rights Amendments to Protect the Chesapeake Bay MDE Backs Away from Enforcement of Existing Water Laws New CLA Matters New Legal Developments
In this Issue: CLA Volunteer Network Partners File Brief on Behalf of the Mattaponi Indian Redevelopment of DC’s Buzzard Point Sparks Community Concerns Nutrient Trading in Maryland – How and Where it can Work New CLA Matters New Legal Developments
In this Issue: Sewage System Improvements Secured for Baltimore Pennsylvania’s Environmental Rights Amendment is Even Stronger! CLA Tracking Bay Clean Up Implementation (Phase III WIP Development) Conowingo Dam 101 New CLA Matters New Legal Developments
In this Issue: A Victory for Water Quality in Virginia – a CLA Volunteer Attorney’s Perspective Yellow Perch Habitat Preserved through Cattail Commons Settlement Zoning Ordinances Used to Protect Public from Poultry Operations Natural Gas Pipeline Route Planned to Go Under the C&O Canal New CLA Matters New Legal Developments Pennsylvania Supreme Court Broadly Interprets […]