Blueprint Progress: Tracking Milestones

2015 Milestone ReportsAs part of the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint, the six Bay states and District of Columbia vowed to implement the strategies needed to restore the Bay and its rivers and streams by 2025. The states also committed to two-year incremental goals called Milestones. Failure to meet these Milestones can result in federal consequences.

On July 14, 2015, CBF and the Choose Clean Water Coalition published their latest Milestones reports, taking a detailed look at whether or not states are on track to meet their 2017 pollution-reduction targets. (continued)

Download the states' 2014-15 Milestone Interim Progress Reports
* New York was not assessed
D.C.  |  DE  |  MD  |   PA   |  VA   |   WV    *CBF & CCWC have no affiliated groups in NY

2014-15 Milestone Summary Chart

These Milestones are critical components to restoration efforts because they provide the mechanism to hold government accountable for short-term progress toward their long-term pollution-reduction goals. They enable the states and EPA to identify shortcomings and take corrective action before the deadlines are reached.

Click on a link for more information about that state's Watershed Implementation Plan and Milestone progress.
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