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How We Save the Bay

Speaking for the Fish

The fish and shellfish of the Chesapeake are the most tangible symbol of the Bay, but people have taken them for granted.   

The Gray Funnel

According to EPA, stormwater is the one source of nitrogen entering the Bay that is still increasing. But there are solutions.

Buffer Bonus Results

Providing the tools necessary to help farmers make improvements that boost local water quality and their bottom line.


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We Can't Do It Alone

Restoring the Bay and our local watersheds will take every one of us pitching in. Whether growing oysters, planting trees, or speaking to groups, there are many ways to help.

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Student Action, Student Wave

From growing oysters to shooting videos, high school students should check out this site for ideas on Bay-saving action projects.


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