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Chesapeake Unscripted: What is the Largest Pollutant of the Chesapeake Bay? (Norfolk, Va.)

March 01, 2010

What is the largest pollutant of the Chesapeake Bay?  Well, there are two main contributors - agriculture and urban/suburban runoff, but there are others that you might not know about.  The Chesapeake Bay Program asked folks around Norfolk, Virginia what they think about pollution in the Chesapeake Bay and what can be done to help reduce it.

Produced by Matt Rath

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