Videos

  • 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.

  • Bay Polar Plunge Thank You 2015

    AND WE DID IT! Many thanks to all of YOU who helped us meet and far exceed our 2015 #GivingTuesday goal! This polar plunge is for you!

  • A special Thanksgiving message from CBF President Will Baker

    In this video, CBF President Will Baker wishes members a Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Admiring the Bay Bridge View!

    We took a moment during the Across the Bay 10K to admire the view of the Chesapeake Bay from the top of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

  • Across the Bay 10k!

    We're live at the annual Across the Bay 10k, admiring the Chesapeake Bay from the Bay Bridge!

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