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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

  • Under Pressure

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker interviews Senior Fisheries Scientist Bill Goldsborough about the status of blue crabs in the Chesapeake.

  • Literally and Figuratively

    In the episode, CBF President Will Baker interviews Vice President for Education Tom Ackerman about the now and later virtues of immersing young people in outdoor learning.

  • Digging A Little Deeper

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker interviews Senior Scientist Dr. Beth McGee to discuss the how and why of urban stream restoration and the importance of addressing polluted runoff.

  • Something A Little Different

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker interviews Vice President for Litigation Jon Mueller about the litigation over the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint.

  • As Goes The Susquehanna, So Goes The Chesapeake Bay

    In this episode, CBF President Will Baker discusses pollution to the Chesapeake Bay from Pennsylvania. Nitrogen from agriculture in the state is increasing, and the Commonwealth is way off track to meet the water quality goals it set.

  • Agriculture and the Bay

    In this podcast episode, CBF President Will Baker discusses agriculture in the Chesapeake Bay region.

  • Bay 101

    In this episode, Chesapeake Bay Foundation President Will Baker describes the good news and the bad news about the problems facing this national treasure.

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