Maryland Farms and the Health of the Chesapeake Bay

Md_morning_avenir_2Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast broadcast this interview on July 23. The 2007 Federal Farm Bill may give Chesapeake-area farmers $150 million to prevent runoff into the Bay and its watershed.  Nathan Sterner is joined by Doug Siglin, Federal Affairs Director of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, and US Representative Christopher Van Hollen (D-MD), who worked on the bill in the House of Representatives, to discuss the effects on Maryland farmers and the Chesapeake Bay.
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