Around the Chesapeake Bay Area
The Chesapeake Region has come a long way from it’s Colonial drinking days, when most grown men and women drank at least four ounces of hard liquor every day,to prohibition which wiped out Maryland’s distilleries and now the birth of craft vodka and whiskey.
It only looks like snot, but this invasive algae is a serious problem in the Chesapeake Bay, clinging to rocks in the tributaries that flow into the main water. Scientists can’t stop it. And, they don’t know what kind of harm it could do.