Videos

  • Part 1 Blossom Where You're Planted

    This segment of CBF's "The Incredible Oyster Reef" shows how oysters build reefs in the Chesapeake Bay.

  • Why We Need to Save the Bay

    Over the summer of 2010, CBF teamed up with the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) to highlight—through inspiring photos from across the watershed—the importance of cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay and the rivers and streams that feed it.

  • Back to Baysics: Oyster Sanctuaries

    In the first episode of Back to Baysics, find out why oyster sanctuaries are important to the Chesapeake Bay.

  • The Incredible Oyster Reef

    This film explores oysters as a keystone species with a remarkable, and it seems, indispensable ability to heal the Bay’s troubled waters.

  • CBF President Will Baker on Trump Administration's Budget Proposal

    "It's madness." CBF President Will Baker reacts to today's news that the Trump Administration is proposing to eliminate ALL funding to EPA's Chesapeake Bay Program.

  • Fight for Forests Rally with Rev. Sirmons!

    At the Fight for Forests Rally in Annapolis, Rev. Sirmons discusses how important Maryland's trees and forests are to our health, environment, economy, and way of life.

  • Winter on the Bay!

    In this Facebook Live video, CBF's Senior Naturalist John Page Williams talks about why the tides are so low in winter and other seasonal observations on the Bay!

  • We're Live at the Fight For Forests Rally!

    In this Facebook Live video, we're at the Maryland Fight for Forests Rally during the 2017 General Assembly! #MoreTreesPlease! #SaveTheBay

  • Governor Terry McAuliffe Remarks at CBF Event for VA Legislators

    In this video, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe celebrates the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s 50th year at a CBF event for Virginia legislators on Jan. 31.

  • Bald Eagle Survey on the Rappahannock River!

    In January 2017, CBF Senior Educator and Photographer Bill Portlock bundled up on a cold, January day and made his way out on the Rappahannock River for a midwinter bald eagle survey with Bill Crouch of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. In just one day, they spotted nearly 200 eagles!

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