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When I accepted the challenge to commit to a Plastic Free July, I knew it was going to make for an interesting month. I knew if I took a har...
As part of this year’s World Oceans Day celebration, the National Aquarium partnered with the Maryland Institute College of Art to produce...
Did you know? Marine plants, specifically photosynthetic algae, produce between 70 and 80 percent of the oxygen in the Eart...
It’s the beginning of July and I’m looking forward to celebrating summer in all of its glory – watermelon, blueberries, s...
The National Aquarium’s Conservation team held their first-ever BioBlitz event at Masonville Cove this past Saturday, June 28th! ...
This is it! It’s finally your turn to host the 4th of July party. Before you jump right in and start writing your shopping list, loa...
Though its name may suggest otherwise, Seaweed is actually an essential and desirable part of our oceans.
Also called kelp, these sea plant...
This editorial, written by our Chief Conservation Officer Eric Schwaab and Chief Scientist at Oceana, Micheal Hirshfield, was published in t...
The moon might seem like a mysterious, distant speck in the night sky, but, truth is, we know more about its backside than we do about four-...
Summer is fast approaching and soon many of us will be making regular trips to our favorite beaches along the Atlantic coast. Once you&rsquo...