Tune in to CBF's Will Baker on WAMU Radio Noon Today

Tomorrow, December 9, marks the 25th anniversary of a comprehensive effort to save the Chesapeake Bay. Tune in to WAMU 88.5 FM today at noon and join Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) President Will Baker and Washington, D.C. radio host Kojo Nnamdi for a look back at 25 years of working to save the Bay; what's been accomplished and what the future may hold.

Take this opportunity to call in with your questions. WAMU's talk show call-in number is 800-433-8850.

If you're concerned about the lack of progress in cleaning up the Bay and believe the Environmental Protection Agency should uphold the Clean Water Act, please sign our petition and encourage your friends and family to sign it, as well.

Kim Ethridge

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