Videos

  • #BaltimoreFloatilla Rally!

    We had an incredible day in Baltimore Harbor today with 150+ paddlers demonstrating their support for clean water and a #HealthyHarbor. Here we are live at the rally. #FixThePipes!

  • Dia de la Bahia!

  • Memorial Day Horseshoe Crabs!

    A plethora of horseshoe crab sightings have been seen throughout the Bay, including at CBF's headquarters in Annapolis.

  • What's Your Clean Water Wish

    Attendees at our Baltimore Annual Meeting at the Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center make clean water wishes,

  • Planting Oysters on Maryland's Eastern Shore

    Karl Wiley, CBF's MD Oyster Restoration Manager and Patricia Campbell Captain, explains how he builds a 30-foot wide oyster reef on the Little Choptank River with four million spat.

  • Planting 4 Million Oysters in the Little Choptank, Part One

    Karl Wiley, CBF's MD Oyster Restoration Manager and Patricia Campbell Captain, explains how the Little Choptank oyster reef is funded, why oysters are so important, and how the oyster vessel works.

  • Planting 4 Million Oysters in the Little Choptank, Part Two

    Emmy Nicklin, CBF's Director of Digital Media, shows footage of four million spat being planted onto the Little Choptank oyster reef.

  • How to be a Virginia Oyster Gardener

    Learn more about one of the most rewarding (and fun!) ways to help Save the Bay.

  • Oyster Graduation Day with Mrs. Herr's Fourth Graders

    Mrs. Herr's Fourth grade class from The Summit School joined CBF to celebrate oyster graduation day, where they released the oysters they had been growing into the Bay!

  • Osprey Eggs Destroyed

    Wildlife camera footage of a crow pecking holes in an osprey's eggs.

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