Online USGS report discusses groundwater resources of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Beekeeping information from the Mid-Atlantic Apiculture Research and Extension Consortium, a cooperative venture between five state universities and the USDA.
Federal agency responsible for managing fisheries in federal waters off the coasts of North Carolina through New York.
Responsible for the implementation of federal environmental programs in DE, MD, PA, VA, WV and DC. Region III and its partner state pollution control agencies are responsible for regulating over 21,000 air pollution sources; 12,000 water pollution sources; and 425 hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities.
Providers of technical and financial assistance to the six mid-Atlantic States and the District of Columbia.
Addresses the problem of invasive exotic plants in the region. Brochure, e-mail group, organizational information, and links.
Information about a long-term study of the watershed, which includes portions of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Delaware.
Dedicated to the protection and improvement of the environmental quality of the White Clay Creek and valley in Delaware and Pennsylvania. Includes maps, photos, membership information, and newsletters.
A coalition of land grant universities, USDA, and nonprofit organizations in the Mid-Atlantic region, dedicated to helping small and emerging farmers improve financial success. Farmer profiles, explanation of their grant process, publications, and links to other resources.
Information on the spatial distribution of various environmental stressors in the Cheseapeake Bay watershed plus other parts of Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland.