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'Crabmeat imports flood into Baltimore's port'

Nice article from Catherine Rentz of The Baltimore Sun. This article will give you a good idea of how much imported crab meat comes into our area.

touch.baltimoresun.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-82275682/
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Get them while you can!

The 2015 Maryland Seafood calendars are going fast but we still have a few left!

This beautiful 12-month wall calendar features photography of Maryland's fisheries in the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The calendar lets you know when different species of fish, crabs and shellfish are available from Maryland waters.

Calendars are available for $10.00 each through the link below:

shopdnr.com/2015MarylandSeafoodCalendar.aspx (3 photos)
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The Maryland Blue Crab season has officially closed! Don't be sad, they will be back in just 104 days!!

Remember, if you see someone selling "Live Maryland Crabs" now they are left over from December 15th!

Pasteurized and Nitrogen Frozen crab meat are available and are a great way to get your local crab fix from now until next spring!

Photo by Jay Fleming, Photographer
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Rest in Peace captain:

William "Bo Bo" Hampton of Queenstown passed away earlier this week. He spent his life working on the Chesapeake Bay as a waterman and a waterfowl guide.
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True Blue, a new labeling  initiative is going to be your way to find out which restaurants are serving real Maryland crab meat.  It’s time to stand behind our crab cakes.

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Oyster Pledge

By having Maryland Oysters on your menu you are helping to improve water quality and habitat in the Chesapeake Bay while serving a great, healthy, locally grown seafood product.

 

Oyster Aquaculture

Oyster Aquaculture

Maryland Aquaculture is on the rise, aquaculture plays a significant role both in food production and in ecosystem restoration.

Check out  a list of licensed oyster aquaculture facilities that operate in the state of Maryland and learn more about our sustainable seafood practices.