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Welcome to Turning the Tide, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's biweekly, Tuesday morning podcast. Join President Will Baker as he shares with you his thoughts on what it will really take to turn the tide—to restore our Bay and its rivers and streams. Our listeners are welcome to provide feedback, including topics for future podcasts. Just drop us a line at chesapeake@cbf.org.

 

EPISODES

  • Making Sausage

    The Maryland General Assembly and the case of the disappearing forest conservation study bill. In this episode, CBF President Will Baker and CBF Maryland Executive Director Alison Prost talk about the legislative process and the outcome of this year’s Maryland General Assembly Session.

  • No Drill, No Spill

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker and CBF Litigation Fellow Brittany Wright discuss the dangers of offshore drilling and the current administration's plan to put the Chesapeake Bay at risk.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Taking Bets on Innovation

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker and Quantified Ventures CEO Eric Letsinger discuss a promising new way for municipalities to finance pollution-reducing green infrastructure.

  • Penn's Woods

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with Bill Chain, CBF’s Senior Agriculture Program Manager in Pennsylvania, about the role of trees in cleaner water in Pennsylvania streams and the Bay.

  • No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with CBF Attorney Alayna Chuney about some new developments in the effort to reduce the harmful pollution coming from Baltimore City's Wheelabrator trash incinerator.

  • A Shot in the Arm

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with CBF's Senior Water Quality Scientist Dr. Beth McGee about opportunities to help farmers reduce water pollution and improve their bottom lines.

  • A Badge of Courage

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker sits down with DC Water General Manager and innovative environmentalist George Hawkins to discuss some of the biggest innovative green power and infrastructure projects you've never heard of.

  • A Mixed Bag for Menhaden

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with CBF's Senior Regional Ecosystem Scientist Chris Moore about recent developments in the management of the Bay's most important fish.

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