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Harbor heartbeat report card | PHOTOS

Along with this year's "Harbor Heartbeat" water quality report, The Waterfront Partnership is also releasing a call for bids to create an Inner Harbor paddling trail with signage and kayak launches.
(Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)

Harbor heartbeat report card | PHOTOS

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The Waterfront Partnership released its annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card.
(Kenneth K. Lam, Jerry Jackson)
"Harbor Heartbeat" reports
Jason Mitchell, Director of Baltimore City Department of Public Works, speaks during the release of Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore's annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card on Sept. 30, 2021. The report shows continued improvements in the bacteria levels over the years.
Jason Mitchell, Director of Baltimore City Department of Public Works, speaks during the release of Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore's annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card on Sept. 30, 2021. The report shows continued improvements in the bacteria levels over the years. (Kenneth K. Lam)
"Harbor Heartbeat" reports
People take tour of Mr. Trash Wheel after the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore released its annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card.
People take tour of Mr. Trash Wheel after the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore released its annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card. (Kenneth K. Lam)
"Harbor Heartbeat" reports
Adam Lindquist, Director of Healthy Harbor Initiative, left, pumps fist with Dr. Micah Miles, Healthy Harbor Initiative program manager, who talked about the increase marine wildlife in the harbor.
Adam Lindquist, Director of Healthy Harbor Initiative, left, pumps fist with Dr. Micah Miles, Healthy Harbor Initiative program manager, who talked about the increase marine wildlife in the harbor. (Kenneth K. Lam)
"Harbor Heartbeat" reports
Adam Lindquist, Director of Healthy Harbor Initiative, speaks during the release of Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore's annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card on Sept. 30, 2021.
Adam Lindquist, Director of Healthy Harbor Initiative, speaks during the release of Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore's annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card on Sept. 30, 2021. (Kenneth K. Lam)
"Harbor Heartbeat" reports
Kayakers including Ray Scurr, second right, president of the Canton Kayak Club, take part in the release of Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore's annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card.
Kayakers including Ray Scurr, second right, president of the Canton Kayak Club, take part in the release of Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore's annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card. (Kenneth K. Lam)
"Harbor Heartbeat" reports
Ray Scurr, president of the Canton Kayak Club, took part in the release of Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore's annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card on Sept. 30, 2021, which shows continued improvements in the bacteria levels over the years.
Ray Scurr, president of the Canton Kayak Club, took part in the release of Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore's annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card on Sept. 30, 2021, which shows continued improvements in the bacteria levels over the years. (Kenneth K. Lam)
"Harbor Heartbeat" reports
The Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore released its annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card on Sept. 30, 2021, which shows continued improvements in the bacteria levels over the years.
The Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore released its annual "Harbor Heartbeat" report card on Sept. 30, 2021, which shows continued improvements in the bacteria levels over the years. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Baltimore's Inner Harbor
Sunrise lights up the city skyline on Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Sunrise lights up the city skyline on Baltimore's Inner Harbor. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Kayaking the Inner Harbor
Along with this year's "Harbor Heartbeat" water quality report, The Waterfront Partnership is also releasing a call for bids to create an Inner Harbor paddling trail with signage and kayak launches.
Along with this year's "Harbor Heartbeat" water quality report, The Waterfront Partnership is also releasing a call for bids to create an Inner Harbor paddling trail with signage and kayak launches. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Mr. Trash Wheel
Mr. Trash Wheel is moved into Canton to be part of the press conference for this year's "Harbor Heartbeat" water quality report by The Waterfront Partnership.
Mr. Trash Wheel is moved into Canton to be part of the press conference for this year's "Harbor Heartbeat" water quality report by The Waterfront Partnership. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore's Inner Harbor
Sunrise lights up the city skyline on Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Sunrise lights up the city skyline on Baltimore's Inner Harbor. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
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