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  • Rain Tax' Helps Fight Polluted Run-Off in County Streams

    September 20, 2016

    Excrement in Howard County streams and rivers isn't just a problem after a deluge like we had July 30.

  • This Week in the Watershed

    September 16, 2016

    As we discussed last week, one of the most cost-effective ways to rid our waters of pollution is to implement best management practices (BMPs) on farms throughout the watershed.

  • Our Vision for the Next 50 Years

    September 15, 2016

    As CBF approaches our 50th year (2017), we are simultaneously encouraged, worried, and determined.

  • Atlantic Sturgeon: A Perfect Poster Fish for the Blueprint

    September 13, 2016

    "They need our help," explains Doug Myers, CBF Senior Scientist and in-house sturgeon expert. "

  • Innovative Independent School Environmental Leadership

    September 12, 2016

    Top administrators from independent schools across the Chesapeake watershed gathered together this summer at our Port Isobel Island Environmental Education Center near Tangier Island, Virginia, to collaborate, learn, and be inspired.

  • This Week in the Watershed

    September 9, 2016

    Pollution is the enemy of clean water. And if we want to leave a legacy of clean water to future generations, we need to take action.

  • Top 5 Facebook Posts of Summer!

    September 8, 2016

    Underwater grasses rebounding, horseshoe crabs crawling, Maryland winning (in Rio that is) . . . it's been quite a summer on CBF's Facebook Page!

  • Slowing the Flow: A Pioneering Parking Lot

    September 7, 2016

    A parking lot isn't usually something to get excited about. But believe it or not, the Ashland Police Department's new lot is pretty innovative when it comes to fighting pollution.

  • This Week in the Watershed

    September 2, 2016

    We all love clean water, but sometimes the path to achieving it is not all that "sexy." From talk of septic systems to land use management, to excess nutrients, the science and policy of clean water can be rather tedious and boring.

  • We Should Ramp up Bay Restoration, Not Roll Back Protections

    September 1, 2016

    After decades of restoration efforts, the Chesapeake Bay is finally starting to show promising signs. The oyster population is beginning to rebound.

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