23 Jan 2017 0:00:49
There are excellent sponsorship opportunities available for Bands in the Sand! Join us for this incredible event.
19 Jan 2017 00:00:35
On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we're reflecting on the ways Dr. King's words inspire us in our efforts to Save the Bay. This excerpt from a 1967 sermon reminds us how much the positive effects of Bay restoration efforts can ripple throughout the watershed.
06 Jan 2017 Facebook Live 0:10:29
We're live with Dr. Beth McGee talking about our latest State of the Bay Report which earned our highest score EVER for the health of our Bay, rivers, and streams!
05 Jan 2017 00:01:25
The 2016 State of the Bay report features the Chesapeake Bay's highest score ever, moving the Bay's health index from a D+ to a C-. As CBF celebrates its 50th year, we celebrate the progress reflected in this report and see opportunity for future improvements.
21 Dec 2016 00:00:49
BIG thanks to Senator Tim Kaine who came out to visit us at our Brock Environmental Center!
19 Dec 2016 0:01:44
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.
16 Dec 2016 00:01:39
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.
07 Dec 2016 Facebook Live 00:03:06
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.
06 Dec 2016 Episode 1 | 0:04:31
Discussion on the menhaden fishery at the December 6, 2016, Blue Planet Forum at the Slover Library in Norfolk.
06 Dec 2016 00:01:41
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.