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Christina Jedra


Christina Jedra covers the Naval Academy and the environment for The Capital. Before moving to the Annapolis area, she wrote for The Baltimore Sun, The Boston Globe and USA Today as well as magazines such as Boston, Parents and Cosmopolitan.  She can be reached at cjedra@capgaznews.com and 410-280-5922.
  • Teamwork from Maryland environmentalists — from elementary schoolers to nonprofit workers — could result in new oyster habitat, and consequently cleaner water, for the Chesapeake Bay. Maryland Coastal Conservation Association members and partners dumped 70 concrete reef balls into the bay on Thursday, the first deployment for the organization's Living Reef Action Campaign.
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