More than 100 restoration projects across the Chesapeake Bay watershed are in the works, supported by $33.8 million in grants from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, officials announced on Friday. The grants can leverage another $30 million in federal money from projects ranging from Cooperstown, New York to Virginia Beach, Virginia. One of those projects would restore a cove just upstream from the Annapolis City Dock.

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