Tracking the Chesapeake Bay

Grant funding from the Chesapeake Bay Trust and Cornell Douglas Foundation has helped ShoreRivers to purchase new equipment to better identify algae blooms — including toxic ones — in the Chesapeake Bay.

EASTON — ShoreRivers has purchased new scientific equipment to expand its monitoring of algae levels in the Chesapeake Bay.

The Easton-based nonprofit, which tracks and advocates for water quality and protection of the Bay and its watersheds, will be able to better track and predict toxic algae blooms via grants from the Chesapeake Bay Trust and the Cornell Douglas Foundation.

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