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Topic - Karl Blankenship
Once a month, a free print publication gets delivered to mailboxes, coffee shops and libraries across the mid-Atlantic with the latest news about how the government and private sector are trying to protect one of America's natural crown jewels: the Chesapeake Bay.
He said he has tried to maintain independence for the 30,000 circulation paper, forming his own group to run it -- Chesapeake Media Service.
The paper was not started by the EPA, Mr. Blankenship said.