EPA review finds PA off track to meet Bay goals
June 16, 2015 by WMAR-ABC
June 16, 2015, Baltimore, MB – Pennsylvania this year needs to double the number of farm acres under nutrient management and plant seven times as many acres of forest and grass buffers as it did last year to help it get back on track to meet Chesapeake Bay nutrient reduction targets, but it lacks programs or policies to achieve either, according to an EPA review released recently.
The review also cast doubt on whether the state could ever meet its pollution reduction goals for urban stormwater. READ MORE