Charles County

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    Mattawoman Creek

    Mattawoman Creek is being threatened by the draft Comprehensive Plan proposed by the Charles County Planning Commission.

  • How To

    A compilation of "how to" content.

  • About the Bay

    A compilation of multimedia content tagged about the bay.

  • About CBF

    Compilation of multimedia content tagged as "About CBF"

  • Nutrient Trading

    Nutrient trading is a way for farmers, foresters, businesses and other facilities to reduce pollution more than is legally required and to sell such additional reductions as credits to other businesses, facilities, and local municipalities so they can meet their reduction requirements.

  • Smallmouth Bass

    Some fisheries biologists suggest that smallmouth bass may be like the "canary in the coal mine," indicating possible future health problems with other species of fish.

  • Back to Baysics

    Welcome to Back to Baysics, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's 1-minute video series that introduces to Chesapeake Bay watershed topics.

  • Economic Benefits of Cleaning Up the Chesapeake

    This first-ever analysis released by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) finds that the economic benefits provided by nature in the Chesapeake Bay watershed will total $130 billion annually when the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint is fully implemented.

  • CBF in the News 2017

  • Educate

    For 40 years, CBF's award-winning environmental education program has been one of the cornerstones of our effort to reverse the Bay's decline.

  • Slowing the Flow

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