Farms and power plants are usually blamed for the bulk of the pollution in the Chesapeake Bay. But a new report highlights the role the rest of us play with our use of common pesticides. We learn more about the role average citizens are playing in the Bay’s health.


  • Robert SanGeorge Project Director, Pesticides and the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Project

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