Dark false mussels are cropping up in great numbers on the Magothy River for the first time in 14 years. The Magothy River Association is calling it a mussel explosion, and they say it can be a sign of really good water quality. Bay Bulletin’s Cheryl Costello gives us a close look at these tiny but mighty bivalves.
The Magothy River Association is putting out a call for young people to join their group of volunteers. Those still in school, as well as recent graduates, are welcome. To become a volunteer, click here.