CBF's six local offices lead our efforts to Save the Bay through environmental advocacy, education, science, policy, litigation, and restoration. Our current work is focused on ensuring these key watershed states meet their 2025 Bay cleanup goals under the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint.

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    Maryland Office, Annapolis

    From stormwater management and on-the-ground restoration work to legislative and advocacy...Read More

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    Eastern Shore Office

    Since 1990, our Easton Office has been working to protect and restor the remarkable Eastern Shore...Read More

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    Photo Credit: © Neil Ever Osborne/iLCP

    Pennsylvania Office

    From contaminated agricultural runoff to saving the "brookie," find out how CBF is fighting for...Read More

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    Photo Credit: © 2010 Jillian Chilson

    Virginia Office, Richmond

    Since opening the Virginia office in the early 1980s, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation has been...Read More

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    Photo Credit: © Jackie Shannon/CBF Staff

    Hampton Roads Office

    Our Virginia Beach staff is involved across the Hampton Roads, Virginia area. Partnerships to...Read More

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    Federal Affairs Office

    The epicenter of our advocacy efforts, our D.C. office focuses on important clean water issues at...Read More

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