EASTON -- Doug Levin from the Washington College Center for Environment and Society and Drew Koslow from Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy unveiled prospective plans to reduce pollutants coming into Talbot County's Tanyard Branch to the Easton Town Council Feb. 4.
The plans are a result of a study contracted by the town of Easton and funded last year by a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency Chesapeake Bay Program Office, the Maryland Department of Natural resources and the Chesapeake Bay Trust. The goal of the study was to discover and analyze pollutants coming from the Tanyard Branch that eventually find their way into the Bay and to identify ways to create a cleaner, healthier waterway.
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