vmax Posted June 13, 2020 Share Posted June 13, 2020 It's not going as planned and certainly not going well as many politicians would have us believe. Good Read..... Quote Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts have reached their lowest ebb. The wheels are coming off the commitments by federal and state governments to get the job done and assure a flourishing ecological treasure. Flesh-Eating Diseases. Dinoflagellates such as pfiesteria flourish proliferate and grow toxic fueled by excess nutrients. Contact with bay water can lead to flesh-eating infections, loss of limbs, and even deaths. I have seen the legs of men being eaten from the inside from water contact in the Severn and South Rivers. Mahogany Tide. This spring’s mahogany tide was more widespread and intense because of excess nutrients. As the algae died, oxygen-deprived water led to tens of thousands dead fish of 12 species — a harbinger of worse to come this summer? Bay grasses. ....Bay grasses. .....https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/environment/ac-cn-column-gerald-winegrad-20200613-3kopgh7y6vhyliq7j3fvo2yqaa-story.html I'm not getting in that water....or eating anything that comes out of it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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