Photo of the Week: Castle Life
April 30, 2018
The Bay is a place mankind should act like a polite guest.
This Week in the Watershed: 10 Million Keystone Trees
April 27, 2018
Pennsylvania's waters might not contain blue crabs, oysters, or other iconic Chesapeake Bay critters, but with more than 50 percent of the Bay's freshwater flows coming from the Susquehanna River, the Keystone State determines the health of the Chesapeake.
T.O. Longest & Sons: Dressing the Land for the Long Haul
April 26, 2018
(DRAGONVILLE, VA)—Tommy Longest and his son-in-law, Kevin Norman, produce corn and no-till soybeans on about 4,000 acres (2,100 in corn) of land in King & Queen County, VA, between Dragon Run (the headwaters of the Piankatank River) and the Mattaponi River.
2018 Future Harvest CASA Conference: Helping the Next One in Line
April 25, 2018
Vincent Matanoski is a beginning farmer. He’s looking to learn.
Announcing the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership
April 24, 2018
This morning, a coalition of national, state, and local partners announced one of Pennsylvania's most ambitious, collaborative, and challenging efforts to restore and protect its rivers and streams—the planting of 10 million trees by the end of 2025.
This Week in the Watershed: The Biggest Ever
April 20, 2018
A recently released study found that not only are Bay grasses flourishing, but the comeback of grasses is one of the few places on Earth where ecological improvements are a direct result of human efforts to reduce pollution.
A Common Thread: Prof. Ken Halanych and His Chesapeake Inspiration
April 19, 2018
A self-proclaimed “Baltimorean,” Prof. Ken Halanych grew up on and around the Chesapeake Bay.
Democracy in Action
April 18, 2018
When the new federal funding bill was signed into law a couple weeks ago, it wasn't an accident that it fully supported EPA's Chesapeake Bay Program—a critical piece of Chesapeake restoration.
Photo of the Week: The Hopeful and the Doomed
April 16, 2018
I wander the Chesapeake Bay beaches more than any other destination lately.
This Week in the Watershed: A Disappearing Act
April 13, 2018
After months of meetings, letters, phone calls, and emails, it looked like we were going to take a step, albeit it a small one, towards strengthening Maryland’s outdated Forest Conservation Act. Until the legislation disappeared.
This Month on the Bay: Springtime Silver in the Rivers in April
April 12, 2018
In the spring, our Chesapeake swells with silver: shad and river herring.
We're Half Way There: Cros-B-Crest Farm
April 11, 2018
(Staunton, VA)—Jimmy Crosby doesn't take a lot of ”bull” when it comes to his soil health.
9 Reasons Spring Is Amazing
April 10, 2018
Planting trees, sailing boats, picking strawberries, celebrating Earth Day, there are so many reasons spring may be the very best season on the Chesapeake Bay!
Photo of the Week: Sailor's Hat
April 9, 2018
One lifetime is not enough to explore the Bay and its tributaries.
This Week in the Watershed: Unfinished Business
April 6, 2018
It’s an exciting time on the Bay and its rivers and streams. Ospreys are back, flora is beginning to bloom, and the days are lengthening. And in Richmond and Annapolis, activity is beginning to wind down in the halls of its Capitols.
We're Half Way There: Windy Hill Farm
April 5, 2018
(Swoope, VA)—"It's February and I've still got grass!" Scott Miller exclaimed.
Chesapeake Farm Heroes: Mt. Nebo Farms, Accomack Co., VA
April 4, 2018
Lynn Gayle and his son, Sands, farm a wide range of fields in Accomack County, Virginia, from their home base near Onancock.
A First of Its Kind Project
April 2, 2018
Exciting news! Last week, in a first of its kind project in Maryland, the City of Baltimore and Chesapeake Bay Foundation announced a new strategy for improving neighborhoods while reducing water pollution at the same time.
Save the Bay Blog April 2018
- Saving the Bay Means Creating a Future with and for People
- Save the Bay News: Outdoor Learning, Blue Crabs, and Bay Restoration
- Learning to Think Like a Watershed
- “We Haven’t Learned to Be Silent Yet”
- The Quest for Environmental Literacy
- Evolution of a Floating Classroom
- Our Watershed Teacher
- Four Ways to Celebrate the Bay
- How Worried Should You Be About Striped Bass?
- Save the Bay News: Plastic, Fashion, and Using Art to Save the Bay
- Black History and the Bay
- Earth Day
- Farmer Success Stories
- Fox Island Farewell
- History for All
- Honoring Will Baker
- Learn Outside
- Locally Grown
- Nature Journaling
- Save the Bay News
- Slowing the Flow
- State of the Bay
- Student Leadership
- This Month in the Watershed
- This Month on the Bay
- Voices for Clean Water
- Water Quality
- Watershed Watchdogs
- Women's History and the Bay
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