• 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

  • CBF's Annapolis Event Venue

    The Philip Merrill Environmental Center in Annapolis, Maryland provides a magical waterfront setting for your next special event.

  • Why Whales Follow Menhaden into the Bay

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

  • Why Are Menhaden "The Most Important Fish in the Sea"?

    Small, silvery, and packed with nutritional might, menhaden have often been referred to as the "most important fish in the sea."

  • Menhaden Recovery

    Overview of the status of menhaden in the Chesapeake Bay from Capital News Service.

  • Environmental Impact Bond Webinar

    CBF held a webinar on September 14, 2017, and again on September 21, 2017, to introduce our Green Infrastructure and Environmental Impact Bonds project.

  • Virginia Clean Water Forum

    Virginia Gubernatorial candidates Ralph Northam and Ed Gillespie answer questions about the future of clean water in Virginia. Recorded on September 6, 2017, at The National Theater in Richmond, Virginia.

  • Back to Baysics: Eastern Hellbender Salamander

    Snot otter, devil dog, mud-devil. No matter the endearing nickname, eastern hellbenders are vanishing from the Chesapeake Bay watershed, particularly in their primary habitats in the Pennsylvania region. Learn more in this edition of Back to Baysics.

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