From watching the Bay's rivers come to life with spring to talking with our local oyster farmers, we're bringing you out on the water and beyond with compelling stories and helpful tips about Bay life and the current challenges facing it.
Silvopasture: Adding Trees to Pastures to Improve Lands and Waters15 Sep 2021 2:14
Silvopasture is the integration of trees and grazing livestock that enhances herd health and farm productivity. Trees for Graziers' Austin Unruh and Pennsylvania farmer Tim Sauder show us on-the-ground silvopasture progress in Lancaster County.
Freshwater Mussels: Unsung Heroes at Risk16 Aug 2021 0:01:46
In the rivers and streams of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, dozens of species of freshwater mussels do wild and wonderful things that remain hidden to almost everyone.
Fish and Fellowship10 May 2021 00:02:28
Every spring, anglers from all walks of life flock to the James River in Richmond as shad, perch, catfish, and more show up in great numbers. Hear from them how waterways bring us together and just plain make life better.
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Learn Outside, Learn at Home
Dig into educational resources designed to keep teachers, parents, and students connected to the Bay and the watershed from their own backyard, porch, or park.
From freshwater mussels to microplastics, CBF's webinars serve up timely, science-based explorations into Bay topics that will delight and inform.
Local artist David Scheirer has transformed his extraordinary art into coloring pages for you and your family to enjoy.
Chesapeake Bay Crossword Puzzle
Test your Chesapeake Bay knowledge with our newest activity: a Chesapeake Bay crossword puzzle.
You may know a healthy Chesapeake Bay depends on water-filtering oysters. But what else do you know about the Bay's favorite bivalve? Take the popular oyster quiz to find out!
Take the Quiz
Bay Footprint Calculator
Use this fun and handy tool to identify ways your lifestyle adds pollution to the Bay and what you can do to reduce it.
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Save the Bay Blogs
Save the Bay News: Blue Catfish, Oyster Gardening, and a Trout's Journey
March 24, 2023
This month, we explore the Bay's remarkable fisheries—from surveying blue crabs to controlling blue catfish to examining a trout hatchery. Read these stories and more.
Save the Bay News: The Future (and Deep Roots) of Regenerative Farming
February 24, 2023
This month, we explore the roots of regenerative agriculture, how winter is unfolding on CBF’s own regenerative farm (and why we have one), and what the future of agriculture in the watershed could look like.
Save the Bay News: The Best of 2022
December 16, 2022
How do you sum up 2022? For the Chesapeake Bay, here are CBF's top stories of the year.
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Ask an Expert Series
How does the Chesapeake Bay's amazing natural system work? And how can we restore and protect it? Explore the answers with our CBF experts in this bite-sized video series.
Ask an Expert: How are Federal Rollbacks Impacting Wetlands?26 Aug 2020 Episode 11 | 00:01:28
How are streams and wetlands impacted by federal rollbacks, like the rollback of the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule?
Ask an Expert: What Is a Fish Kill?14 Aug 2020 Episode 10 | 00:03:23
Why do dozens, hundreds, or sometimes even thousands of fish wash ashore dead? What types of environmental factors can cause these mass die-offs? How can we prevent them from happening?
Ask an Expert: What's the Buzz About Bee Balm?12 May 2020 Episode 9 | 00:02:05
What native plant is medicinal, can be used as a tasty tea, is good for the environment, and has beautiful flowers that attract bees and butterflies? Find out why bee balm could be a great addition to your garden with CBF's Jay Ford.
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Zoom Bay Backgrounds
Bring the Bay to your next virtual meeting with one of our exciting Bay backgrounds.
This penthouse overlooking CBF's Philip Merrill Environmental Center headquarters and the beautiful Bay has housed both geese and osprey over the years. Tune in and take a Zen break—if nothing else, enjoy those calming Bay waters in the background.