• Photo of the Week: Catch and Release

    This photo was taken at York River State Park in 2017 from the fishing pier. He was tossed back to return to his daily activities.

  • Breaking Good

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks to college seniors Kara Adams and Makenzie Koski about their Alternative Spring Break experiences volunteering to help Save the Bay.

  • Photo of the Week: Save the Bay Photo Contest Now Open!

    Grab your camera! The Chesapeake Bay Foundation's (CBF) 13th annual watershed photo contest is now underway. Photo submissions are being accepted between now and April 6!

  • Photo of the Week: Virginia Iceberg

    The setting sun and ice flows in the Saxis Wildlife Management Area on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

  • 10 Billion Oysters for a Clean Chesapeake Bay

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker, National Aquarium President John Racanelli, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science President Emeritus Dr. Don Boesch, and Hoopers Island Oyster Company Founder Johnny Shockley announce a very exciting partnership to place ten billion new oysters in Chesapeake Bay by 2025.

  • Financing Green Infrastructure with Environmental Impact Bonds

    CBF is introducing local Bay jurisdictions to a new way of financing green infrastructure for stormwater management.

  • Breaking News: Menhaden Maneuvers

    In an update on "Keep the Cap" (Episode 74), CBF President Will Baker and Maryland Fisheries Scientist Allison Colden discuss the impact an industrial-scale fishing operation's opposition to the Bay cap could have on fish populations and the local sport and commercial fishing economies.

  • Photo of the Week: Sunset After a Storm

    The Bay is a special place to sit back and relax by kayaking, fishing, crabbing, and watching pelicans, eagles, and ospreys! It is heaven on earth.

  • Photo of the Week: Sunrise Oystering

    Saturday morning oystering via hand tonging on the South River.

  • Keep the Cap

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker and Maryland Fisheries Scientist Allison Colden discuss Virginia's appeal of the cap on the industrial fishing of the Bay's most important fish and what you can do to help protect it.

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