In a little more than two years, states in the Bay watershed will need to provide evidence that the nutrient and sediment pollution reduction actions they report are resulting in improvements in the real world — not just on paper.
The six states in the Bay watershed, and the District of Columbia, submitted draft plans this summer showing how they would accomplish that.
But an independent panel of outside experts that reviewed the drafts found a lot of work remained to be done.[Continue Reading]
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