Videos

  • Fishing with Marsh Rats

    This month, after a combined nearly 70 years at CBF, Bay legends Bill Goldsborough and Chuck Foster are retiring. We were lucky enough to join them recently for one final fishing trip on the Bay as CBF colleagues. Catch a glimpse of that special day on the water with these friends in this video.

  • A Second Chance to Get It Right

    In Baltimore City, the nonprofit Second Chance provides job opportunities for people who need it, gives new life to old products, and protects the environment by keeping things out of landfills.

  • Live with CBF's Oyster Restoration Team

    In this Facebook Live video,we're on the banks of the South River in Annapolis with CBF'S MD Oyster Restoration Specialist Pat Beall.

  • Menhaden Matter, Part 1

    Discussion on the menhaden fishery at the December 6, 2016, Blue Planet Forum at the Slover Library in Norfolk.

  • 2016 CBF Year In Review

    Underwater grasses expanded 21 percent. The blue crab population jumped 35 percent. The Bay's native oyster population, a critical species that naturally filters the Bay's water, is rebounding. 2016 was a great year for CBF, but there's still so much more to do to Save the Bay.

  • Menhaden Matter, Part 2

    Discussion on the menhaden fishery at the December 6, 2016, Blue Planet Forum at the Slover Library in Norfolk.

  • Menhaden Matter, Part 3

    Discussion on the menhaden fishery at the December 6, 2016, Blue Planet Forum at the Slover Library in Norfolk.

  • 2016 Giving Tuesday Polar Plunge into the Chesapeake!

    Thanks to CBF's generous supporters, we met and far exceeded our 2016 #GivingTuesday goal!

  • Out in the Field on #GivingTuesday

    In this video from Giving Tuesday 2016, we learned outside with 8th graders from St. Mark School in Catonsville, MD.

  • Back in the Field on #GivingTuesday

    In this video from Giving Tuesday 2016, we talk with 8th graders from St. Mark School in Catonsville, MD about what they learned in the field.

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