2010 Press Releases

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December 29, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Issues Statement on EPA's Pollution Budget

Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) President William C. Baker today issued this statement following EPA's announcement of the Chesapeake Bay TMDL, or pollution budget.

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December 2, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Welcomes Obama Decision to Halt Oil Drilling on East Coast

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation applauds President Obama's decision not to pursue offshore drilling on the Eastern Seaboard.

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October 19, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Opposes Extension of TMDL Comment Period

Chesapeake Bay Foundation President William C. Baker issued the following statement concerning calls by the National Association of Homebuilders and a group of 21 Congressmen (some from as far away as Wyoming and South Dakota) for an extension of the public comment period for EPA's Bay TMDL, or pollution budget.

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September 24, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Applauds EPA Pollution Diet

Chesapeake Bay Foundation President Will Baker and CBF Executive Directors Kim Coble for Maryland, Ann Jennings for Virginia, and Matt Ehrhart for Pennsylvania issued the following statements following the press call this afternoon by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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September 17, 2010

Chesapeake Region 'RAVE' Photographs on Exhibit in Historic Senate Office Rotunda

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is inviting the public to view a collection of 30 stunning photographs from across the Chesapeake Bay watershed that will be on display in the historic Rotunda of the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., from Monday, Sept. 20, through Friday, Sept. 24.

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July 28, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement on Passage of H.R. 5509 by the House Agriculture Committee

Doug Siglin, Chesapeake Bay Foundation Federal Affairs Director, issued this statement following the passage of H.R. 5509 by the House Agriculture Committee this afternoon.

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July 21, 2010

RAVE Comes to the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

A team of nationally and internationally known photographers from the International League of Conservation Photographers has donated its time to help the Chesapeake Bay Foundation fight to reduce pollution in local rivers, streams, and the Chesapeake Bay. During August they will travel from the headwaters of the Susquehanna River in New York to the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia to generate compelling visuals — a RAVE (Rapid Assessment Visual Expedition) — that document the issues facing local waterways and generate increased support for the Chesapeake Clean Water Act now before Congress.

June 30, 2010

Senate Committee Passes Chesapeake Clean Water Act

Chesapeake Bay Foundation President William C. Baker issued this statement following passage of the Chesapeake Clean Water and Ecosystem Restoration Act by the Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works with strong bipartisan support. It will now move to consideration by the full Senate.

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June 15, 2010

CBF Issues Statement on the Holden/Goodlatte Legislation

On Friday, June 11, Pennsylvania Congressman Tim Holden and Virginia Congressman Bob Goodlatte introduced legislation that Goodlatte contended "will protect the health of the Chesapeake Bay while also ensuring the strength and vitality of our family farms and local communities within the Bay Watershed."

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June 14, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Opposes Gambling with the Bay's Future

William C. Baker, President, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, stated "The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) applauds the leadership of Senators Mikulski and Cardin and Congressman Cummings. And we thank President Obama for his decision to halt the sale of new leases for offshore drilling until the investigation of the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico is complete. However, we think the moratorium on drilling off the Mid-Atlantic region should be permanent."

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May 27, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement on President's Cancellation of Sales of Offshore Drilling Leases

Chesapeake Bay Foundation President Will Baker issued the following statement regarding President Barack Obama's announcement today that the federal government is cancelling sales of leases to drill for oil and natural gas off the Virginia coast.

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May 18, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Issues Statement Concerning the UMCES Bay Report Card

Chesapeake Bay Foundation President William C. Baker issued this statement concerning the UMCES Chesapeake Bay Health Report Card.

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May 12, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement on the New Federal Strategy for the Bay

Chesapeake Bay Foundation President William C. Baker issued this statement following the release of the new federal strategy for the Chesapeake Bay.

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May 11, 2010

EPA Signs Binding Commitment to Reduce Pollution

A new day has dawned for the restoration of the Chesapeake Bay as the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, its co-plaintiffs, and the federal Environmental Protection Agency today settled the lawsuit with a binding agreement that will require pollution to be reduced across the watershed.

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May 6, 2010

New Data Show Atlantic Menhaden at Historic Low

The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission received a comprehensive scientific report yesterday that describes a long-running pattern of overfishing and historic low levels of the population of Atlantic menhaden, a small but important fish found in schools up and down the East Coast. An independent panel of experts has endorsed the findings, and the Commission directed its technical advisors to recommend actions to address the problem.

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April 14, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement on Winter Crab Dredge Survey Report

Will Baker, President of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, issued the following statement following the release of the winter crab dredge survey report by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

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April 7, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement on the 2009 Bay Barometer Report

Will Baker, President of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, issued the following statement following the release of the 2009 Bay Barometer by the Chesapeake Bay Program.

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March 31, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Protests Offshore Drilling, Encourages Sustainable Energy

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation strongly opposes oil and gas drilling off the shores of Virginia and Maryland. The coastline of Virginia represents the largest, most intact coastal wilderness on the East Coast and has been designated as a UN International Biosphere Reserve, a U.S. Department of the Interior National Natural Landmark, and a National Science Foundation Long Term Ecological Research Site.

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February 12, 2010

Lawn Fertilizer as Deicer Will Pollute Local Water

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) strongly discourages residents from using lawn fertilizer or deicers containing urea to melt ice, as such products contribute to the Bay's pollution, especially when applied near or on hard surfaces. Some recent media reports have suggested fertilizer as a substitute for rock salt.

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December 28, 2010

2010 State of the Bay Report: Bay Health Improves

The Chesapeake Bay is showing encouraging signs of rebounding but is still in critical condition as a result of pollution, according to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's 2010 State of the Bay Report. The report comes as the federal Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to release its pollution budget designed to reduce pollution and dramatically improve water quality.

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December 3, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Maryland Postpones Difficult Decisions

Kim Coble, Maryland Executive Director of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, issued the following statement regarding the final Maryland Watershed Implementation Plan issued today

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November 29, 2010

New Report: Thousands of Jobs at Stake as Maryland Submits Bay Clean-up Plan

The livelihoods of thousands of Marylanders, and potentially thousands of new jobs, could depend on whether Maryland today submits a strong Watershed Implementation Plan that reduces pollution into streams, rivers and the Bay, according to a new report from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

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November 9, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Supports Ban on Arsenic in Chicken Feed

Kim Coble, Maryland Executive Director of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, issued the following statement in response to a press conference today by Food & Water Watch regarding a ban of arsenic in chicken feed.

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October 5, 2010

Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race Set for Oct. 14 – 15

More than 45 stately schooners are scheduled to participate in the 21st annual Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race. The event's mission, with the motto "Racing to Save the Bay," is to promote public awareness of the Chesapeake Bay's maritime heritage and to encourage the preservation and improvement of the Chesapeake's natural resources.

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September 13, 2010

Washington Gas Energy Services, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, J.B. Hunt Transport Services and Sterling Planet Partner on New Initiative to Reduce Greenhouse Gases and Improve Air and Water Quality in the Chesapeake Bay Region

Today, a first-of-its-kind partnership of corporations and environmentalists announced a new initiative designed to reduce greenhouse gases and improve air and water quality in the Chesapeake Bay region.

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September 8, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement Regarding Maryland's River-Bay Cleanup Plan

Jenn Aiosa, Senior Scientist in the Maryland Office of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, today issued the following statement regarding Maryland's draft Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan.

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July 10, 2010

Lawsuit Filed Over Sparrows Point Pollution

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the Baltimore Harbor WATERKEEPER, filed a lawsuit Friday, July 9, 2010 against the current and former owners of the Sparrows Point steel plant, which has illegally discharged hazardous waste for decades.

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July 6, 2010

CBF Report: Bay Oysters Are Getting Tougher Naturally, but Reefs Need Greater Protection So Recovery Sanctuaries Can Boost Wild Oysters, Aquaculture Can Boost Economy

A new Chesapeake Bay Foundation report released today finds Chesapeake Bay oysters are developing natural resistance to the diseases that have so devastated the Bay's oyster population in recent decades.

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April 13, 2010

In Toughest Times Bay Funding Defended

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation today declared the 2010 session of the Maryland General Assembly a success in terms of the organization's chief priority this year: protecting Bay restoration funding from further cuts.

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April 8, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Applauds Appropriation for Chesapeake Bay Trust Fund

Kim Coble, Maryland Executive Director of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, issued the following statement following the decision today by the Maryland General Assembly budget conference committee to appropriate $20 million to the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays 2010 Trust Fund.

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March 3, 2010

Five-year Report: Wicomico Remains Polluted from Sewage, Fertilizer, Stormwater

A first-ever report summarizing five years of monitoring data indicates the Wicomico River fails to meet water quality standards within the watershed. The information contained in Wicomico Creekwatchers: Five-year water-quality monitoring results (2005-2009) shows how much work local and state officials could face to clean up the Wicomico as state and federal governments develop a mandatory Bay-wide clean-up plan.

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March 1, 2010

Recommended Cuts to Critical Bay Clean-up Fund Could Bring Federal Penalties

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation today strongly opposed recommended cuts to the state's Chesapeake Bay Trust Fund, saying further reductions in the under-funded program would result in higher costs later, and possible penalties from the federal government.

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January 19, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement on Governor O'Malley's Budget

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Maryland Executive Director Kim Coble made the following statement concerning the release of Governor O'Malley's budget containing $20 million in funding for the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund.

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December 28, 2010

2010 State of the Bay Report: Bay Health Improves

The Chesapeake Bay is showing encouraging signs of rebounding but is still in critical condition as a result of pollution, according to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's 2010 State of the Bay Report. The report comes as the federal Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to release its pollution budget designed to reduce pollution and dramatically improve water quality.

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December 1, 2010

CBF Issues Comments Regarding Pennsylvania's Bay Cleanup Plan

Matthew Ehrhart, Chesapeake Bay Foundation Pennsylvania Executive Director, released the following statement regarding the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's final Watershed Implementation Plan submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on November 29, 2010.

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November 29, 2010

CBF Report Finds Broad Economic Benefits in Clean Water

A new report from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation examines the broad economic benefits of clean water in Pennsylvania and across the watershed and found that investing in clean water technologies creates jobs, generates economic activity and saves money in the long run.

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November 4, 2010

Columbia County Farmers Make Headway on Conservation Efforts

Five Columbia County farmers are demonstrating that by making changes to their daily operations that they can improve their bottom line and herd health by keeping soil on the fields, livestock out of the streams, and at the same time improving local water quality.

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September 29, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Honors Warwick Township with 2010 Conservationist of the Year Award

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation last evening presented representatives from Warwick Township, Lancaster County, with the Conservationist of the Year Award at an invitation only event. Approximately 100 attendees joined to celebrate the achievements of Warwick Township in the effort to restore our rivers, streams, and the Bay.

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September 24, 2010

Legislature Must Pass Reasonable Severance Tax to Fund Disappearing Environmental Programs

Matthew Ehrhart, Pennsylvania Executive Director for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, released this statement on the struggle to pass Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale natural gas production severance tax.

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September 23, 2010

York County Farmer Expands on Conservation Efforts

Over forty Pennsylvania farms are benefitting from federal stimulus funds made available through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority. These funds are helping farmers install conservation measures that will aid in their farms' sustainability and profitability, while improving the quality of water in local creeks and streams.

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September 15, 2010

CBF Statement Regarding Pennsylvania's River-Bay Clean Up Plan

Matthew Ehrhart, Executive Director of Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Pennsylvania office, released this statement after completing a preliminary review of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's Watershed Implementation Plan.

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August 18, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Outlines Plan To Help Pennsylvania Meet Federal Bay Cleanup Standards at Ag Progress Days

Matt Ehrhart, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Office of Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) today provided testimony before the Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Members during the annual Ag Progress Days event. A summary of his testimony.

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August 11, 2010

CBF Statement on Farm Bureau Opposition to the Chesapeake Clean Water Act

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Pennsylvania Executive Director Matt Ehrhart issued this statement in response to assertions by the National and Pennsylvania Farm Bureaus concerning the Chesapeake Clean Water Act (S. 1816).

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June 11, 2010

Federal Stimulus Funds Aid Ag Conservation and Water Quality in Adams County

Two Adams County farms are benefitting from federal stimulus funds made available through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority, helping the farmers install conservation measures that will aid their farms' sustainability and profitability, while improving the water quality in the area.

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April 13, 2010

Cumulative Environmental Impacts of Marcellus Natural Gas Drilling Unknown

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF), released this statement following a state House Majority Policy Committee public hearing, held today. Today's public hearing was held to discuss the environmental issues surrounding the Marcellus Natural Gas Drilling and the impacts to Pennsylvania's waterways and the Chesapeake Bay.

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April 1, 2010

Bradford Farmers Seeing Green Thanks to Stimulus Funds

Six Bradford County farms are benefiting from federal stimulus funds made available through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority, helping the farmers install conservation measures that will aid their farms' sustainability and profitability, while improving the quality of water in several county creeks.

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March 18, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Calls for Increased Funding and Commitment to Meet Federal Water Quality Mandates

A new report from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation finds that in a number of critical areas the resources Pennsylvania is devoting to reducing pollution are not sufficient to meet its obligations.

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February 18, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation and Trout Unlimited Call for Ban on Marcellus Gas Wells in Floodplains

In the rush to develop the Marcellus shale formation in Pennsylvania, natural gas wells are being permitted and drilled in floodplains. Two such wells, one operated by Stone Energy along Wyalusing Creek in Rush Township, Susquehanna County, and one operated by XTO along Muncy Creek in Shrewsbury Township, Lycoming County are already experienced flooding events. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and Trout Unlimited call upon the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to remedy this clear environmental and public health hazard.

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February 17, 2010

Proposed Budget Cuts Threaten Environmental Programs and Goals

In the face of a second year of severe cuts in environmental funding Pennsylvania will be hard-pressed to meet its environmental obligations. With budget hearings set for next week, this is a crucial time for an honest discussion of a natural gas severance tax and what the proceeds should be used for, according to Matthew Ehrhart, Pennsylvania Office Director of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

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December 28, 2010

2010 State of the Bay Report: Bay Health Improves

The Chesapeake Bay is showing encouraging signs of rebounding but is still in critical condition as a result of pollution, according to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's 2010 State of the Bay Report. The report comes as the federal Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to release its pollution budget designed to reduce pollution and dramatically improve water quality.

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November 30, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Issues Comments Regarding Virginia's Bay Cleanup Plan

Ann F. Jennings, Chesapeake Bay Foundation Virginia Executive Director, issued the following statement regarding the Commonwealth of Virginia's final Watershed Implementation Plan submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on November 29, 2010.

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November 29, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Report Finds Bay Pollution is Killing Jobs and Slowing Economy

A new Chesapeake Bay Foundation report concludes that ongoing pollution of the Chesapeake Bay is costing the Bay region millions of dollars in lost jobs and income, creating a drag on the economy that will only worsen unless Bay cleanup efforts are accelerated.

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October 28, 2010

Poll: Solid Majority of Virginians Want Strong Bay Cleanup Plan

An overwhelming majority of Virginia voters believe the Chesapeake Bay is important to the state's economy and support strong action by Virginia to restore clean water to the Bay, state rivers, and streams, a statewide survey has found.

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October 5, 2010

Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race Set for Oct. 14 – 15

More than 45 stately schooners are scheduled to participate in the 21st annual Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race. The event's mission, with the motto "Racing to Save the Bay," is to promote public awareness of the Chesapeake Bay's maritime heritage and to encourage the preservation and improvement of the Chesapeake's natural resources.

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October 4, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Presents Conservationist of the Year Award to Veteran Virginia Environmental Leader

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation has presented its 2010 Virginia Conservationist of the Year Award to Kay E. Slaughter, longtime senior attorney for the Southern Environmental Law Center in Charlottesville, Va.

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September 8, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement Regarding Virginia's River-Bay Cleanup Plan

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation released the following statement regarding Virginia's draft Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan.

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September 8, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement Regarding Delay in ODEC Plant Permitting

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation released the following statement regarding the Old Dominion Electric Cooperative's decision to delay permitting for its proposed coal-fired power plant in Surry County, Va.

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August 23, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement on Virginia's Latest "Dirty Waters" Report

The following statement from Mike Gerel, Chesapeake Bay Foundation Virginia Senior Scientist, is in response to the release of Virginia's latest 303d Water Quality Report.

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August 12, 2010

Hampton Roads Green Building Council Hosts Solar Tour in Support of World's Largest Grassroots Solar Event

The Hampton Roads Green Building Council's Homes Committee is joining the non-profit American Solar Energy Society to showcase solar-powered and sustainable homes, public buildings and businesses in the Hampton Roads area.

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July 28, 2010

Ford Foundation Grant to Fund Norfolk Academy's New Collaboration with Bay Foundation

Norfolk Academy was one of just three schools in the nation to be chosen by the Edward E. Ford Foundation to receive a coveted $250,000 grant. The grant, along with a matching gift which the school has already secured, will provide a half-million dollar fund to launch a significant new educational initiative for Norfolk Academy students, the Chesapeake Bay Fellows program.

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July 13, 2010

City Announces Partnership to Acquire Pleasure House Point

Mayor William D. Sessoms, Jr. announced today that the 122-acre property known as Pleasure House Point may be acquired and protected under terms of a deal between Wells Fargo bank and The Trust for Public Land, a national environmental group. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and The Trust for Public Land plan to partner with the city to pull together funding to meet the $13 million purchase price.

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July 6, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Teams with Dave Matthews Band and WNOB to Promote Clean Water Legislation

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is partnering with the Dave Matthews Band and Norfolk radio station WNOB-FM 93.7 "The Bob" to promote important Chesapeake Bay legislation now in Congress.

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July 6, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Report: Bay Oysters Are Getting Tougher Naturally, but Reefs Need Greater Protection So Recovery Sanctuaries Can Boost Wild Oysters, Aquaculture Can Boost Economy

A new Chesapeake Bay Foundation report released today finds Chesapeake Bay oysters are developing natural resistance to the diseases that have so devastated the Bay's oyster population in recent decades.

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May 6, 2010

New Data Show Atlantic Menhaden at Historic Low

The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission received a comprehensive scientific report yesterday that describes a long-running pattern of overfishing and historic low levels of the population of Atlantic menhaden, a small but important fish found in schools up and down the East Coast.

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April 28, 2010

Study: Pollution Credits Can Boost Virginia Farm Profits

A new economic cost-benefit analysis of pollution credits proposed in pending federal legislation shows that a typical Virginia crop farm could realize more than $8,000 in new profits each year by exceeding Chesapeake Bay cleanup goals and selling its extra clean water credits.

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April 20, 2010

Statement from Chesapeake Bay Foundation on EPA Stormwater Modeling Data

Mike Rolband of WSSI and others have expressed concern about the Environmental Protection Agency's estimates of impervious surface changes over time in the Bay watershed. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation appreciates being provided an opportunity to review his findings and work with Mr. Rolband and EPA over the past two months to address his concerns. In response, Ann Jennings, CBF Virginia Executive Director, issued the following statement.

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April 7, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement on Gov. Bob McDonnell's Remarks at the Environment Virginia Conference

Ann Jennings, Chesapeake Bay Foundation Virginia Executive Director, issued the following statement regarding remarks made by Governor Bob McDonnell today at the Environment Virginia Conference at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, VA.

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March 17, 2010

Study: Farm Clean Water Practices Create Jobs, Boost Economy

A new economic study of the farm conservation practices considered critical for cleaning up Virginia rivers and restoring the Chesapeake Bay found that every public dollar spent on implementing the practices will produce $1.56 in new economic activity.

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March 3, 2010

Camino Restaurant to Host Bay Seafood - Bay Action Night

Camino restaurant in Charlottesville will host a "Bay Seafood-Bay Action Night" on March 9, 2010, serving its dinner patrons fresh Virginia seafood and, with the assistance of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, providing opportunities to help protect local streams and the Chesapeake Bay.

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February 1, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Urges Dendron to Deny O.D.E.C. Rezoning Request

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is urging the Dendron Town Council to deny land use and zoning changes sought by Old Dominion Electric Cooperative to build Virginia's largest coal-fired power plant.

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January 29, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Statement on Failure of Menhaden Legislation

Statement from Ann Jennings, CBF Virginia Executive Director, on the failure of menhaden legislation in the Virginia General Assembly (SB 185 was struck, and HB 294 was left unacted upon in subcommittee, both at the request of the patrons).

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January 22, 2010

Bay Foundation Applauds Isle Of Wight For Caution on Coal Plant

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation applauds a decision by the Isle of Wight County Board of Supervisors last night to send a letter to neighboring Surry County and the Town of Dendron voicing serious concerns about a giant coal-fired power plant proposed by the Old Dominion Electric Cooperative.

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