New CBF Blog Debuts to Inspire the Fight for Clean Water

Save the Bay.bird2The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is proud to announce a new blog, the Bay Daily at cbf.org/baydaily! Written by Tom Pelton and illustrated by The Economist magazine (and formerly Baltimore Sun) cartoonist Kevin "Kal" Kallaugher, the new blog has been launched "to inspire the public to join the biggest fight for clean water this nation has ever seen."

Pelton is a senior writer for CBF and host of The Environment in Focus radio program on WYPR 88.1 FM in Baltimore. He's also a former Baltimore Sun environmental reporter, during which time he was a frequent contributor to the Sun's insightful Bay & Environment blog.

Besides providing daily news and insight about critical Chesapeake Bay environmental issues, Bay Daily is also a vehicle for your thoughts, and Pelton asks for your ideas about what we can do to prevent the death of the Chesapeake Bay.

Kim Ethridge




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