The Midshore Riverkeepers recently announced that funding is available to help farmers in the Choptank watershed develop, fund and implement pollution-reduction projects. The organization received a $130,000 agricultural outreach grant by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to assist farmers and landowners. “Our goal is to identify and prioritize key agricultural pollution sources in the Choptank watershed, obtain collaborative agreements with landowners, and design and implement remediation projects to resolve those pollution issues,” said Choptank Riverkeeper Drew Koslow. For more information, contact Drew at or 443-385-0511.