Videos

  • Raging Water on the Susquehanna

    This video captures the devastating effects of heavy rains that pummeled Pennsylvania the week of July 23, 2018. These scenes were shot on July 26, the day before the river crested.

  • Baby Osprey Feasting on Menhaden

    Mama osprey feeds hungry chick with a freshly caught fish.

  • Feature Video: William C. Baker

    The 2018 National Maritime Historical Society Distinguished Service Award was presented by Maryland’s Senator Benjamin Cardin to William Baker, President of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, for his and the organization’s unremitting work to keep the Bay alive.

  • Are We On Track Toward Bay Restoration?

    The Chesapeake Bay Foundation's midpoint assessment of the principal Bay states' progress implementing the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint documents progress but also finds troubling trends.

  • Environmental Impact Bond Webinar

    CBF held a webinar in March 2018 to introduce our Green Infrastructure and Environmental Impact Bonds project.

  • CBF's Virginia Federal Lobby Day

    Advocates from across the Commonwealth of Virginia descended upon Washington, D.C. February 28, 2018, to lobby their representatives on a variety of clean water causes.

  • Chillin’ in the Water as They’re Filter Feedin’

    Check out CBF's Virginia Oyster Restoration Manager, Jackie Shannon, performing her original Oyster Rap!

  • Giving Tuesday Bay Polar Plunge Thank You!

    Some brave CBFers jumped in the Bay to celebrate you, and all our supporters, making this CBF's best #GivingTuesday ever!

  • Happy Thanksgiving!

    Happy Thanksgiving from CBF President Will Baker and all the rest of us! 2017

  • Why Whales Follow Menhaden into the Bay

    Whales are following schools of menhaden to Virginia’s waters and even up into the Bay.

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