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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

  • The Art of Grazing

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with CBF's Clagett Farm Manager Michael Heller about the benefits of rotational grazing and soil management.

  • A Salty Situation

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with CBF Senior Scientist Dr. Beth McGee about the effect of road salt on the Bay and its rivers and streams.

  • We Still Have Options

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with Chris Moore, CBF's Senior Scientist in Virginia, about flooding and the effect it has on our communities, our rivers and streams, and the Bay as a whole.

  • Too Much of a Good Thing

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with Maryland Executive Director Alison Prost about a win-win plan the chicken industry could follow to combat the negative effects of excess manure on our waterways.

  • Clear Water

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with staff educators Jocelyn Tuttle, of the Baltimore Harbor program, and Sam Eckert, from the residential program at Port Isobel near Tangier Island, about some of the exciting things they’re seeing out on the water with students.

  • A Champion of Change

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with Maryland Eastern Shore farmer Trey Hill about farmers working with local environmental groups to solve problems.

  • Speaking for the Fish

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with John Arway, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, about the health of the Susquehanna River.

  • All Hands On Deck

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with Dr. Don Boesch, President of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, about the plan to stabilize climate change and the gains it would bring to air and water quality.

  • Turning Nothing into Something

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker sits down with Baltimore partners Pastor Meldon Dickens and Donald Covington and CBF Environmental Restoration Intern Lanae Jackson to discuss the merits of turning a vacant city lot into a community asset.

  • Elevating Possibilities

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with SmithGroup Vice President Greg Mella, architect of CBF's Philip Merrill Center in Annapolis and new Brock Environmental Center in Virginia Beach.

  • Fones Cliffs at Risk

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with long-time CBF Educator Bill Portlock about a magnificent stretch of the Rappahannock slated for intense development.

  • One Plus One Can Equal Three

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker talks with Maryland Senior Scientist Doug Myers about the science and economics of excess phosphorus from chicken litter.

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