Top 5 Blog Posts of 2019
December 31, 2019
Before we welcome 2020 with open arms, we decided to take a look back and see what you, the reader, valued and cared about most. So without further ado, these are the top five most popular blog posts from 2019 . . .
Conowingo Deal Barely Addresses PA Runoff, Imperiling Cleanup
December 23, 2019
In October, the state of Maryland announced it had reached a settlement agreement with Exelon. The agreement has significant shortcomings.
December 20, 2019
Wishing you warm holiday wishes from all of us at CBF.
Why the Chesapeake Bay Program Is Critical to Saving the Bay
December 19, 2019
Year after year, the Trump administration has attempted to slash nearly all funding for EPA's Chesapeake Bay Program. But what exactly does this program do and why is it so critical to Bay restoration? Find out!
Trees and Grasses Make a Haven for Wildlife and Clean Water
December 17, 2019
Planting trees to protect Elk Creek in Centre County has given landowner Chip Brown more bang for the buck by improving habitat for fur, feathered, and finned wildlife.
In Oyster News, We’re Celebrating
December 16, 2019
Federal and state funding measures to support oyster restoration and research would send more money flowing to restore the Chesapeake Bay’s most important natural filter.
New Virginia Leadership Should Look to Blueprint for Clean Water, Climate Action, and Green Jobs
December 12, 2019
This session we can implement the blueprint, meaningfully address climate change, support green jobs and ensure clean water for future generations.
No-Till Pioneer on a Mission for Soil Health
December 10, 2019
Leroy Bupp uses no-till farming as a way of growing crops without disturbing the soil through tillage.
My Generation's Fear—and Hope—for the Future
December 5, 2019
Kallan Benson reflects on her time as a CBF Student Leader and her passion for climate action.
Proposed EPA Policy Update Misses the Mark on Water Quality Trading
December 3, 2019
Water quality trading markets that incentivize conservation practices could significantly cut costs to clean up the Chesapeake Bay and other waterways. But only if they’re done right.
Photos of the Month: November
December 1, 2019
Along with November comes cold weather and the closing of our fall restoration and education seasons. But thankfully there are still beautiful sites to be seen across the Bay region!
Save the Bay Blog December 2019
- Farms Need Support Now, for Their Own Sake and for the Chesapeake Bay
- Save the Bay News: Blue Catfish, Oyster Gardening, and a Trout's Journey
- Many Questions Remain for Blue Crab Outlook
- A Trout’s Journey: Behind the Scenes of Pennsylvania’s Fish Hatcheries
- Oyster Advocates Fight for Better Aquaculture Lease Process
- Fisheries Win in Virginia’s Legislative Session
- Chesapeake Bay Foundation Leader Calls for Shifts in Bay Cleanup
- Virginia Backs Oyster Shell Recycling with New Fund
- Save the Bay News: The Future (and Deep Roots) of Regenerative Farming
- A Family's Legacy Along the Yeocomico
- Black History and the Bay
- Chesapeake Wildlife
- 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
The views and opinions expressed in the media or articles on this site are those of the speakers or authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions held by CBF and the inclusion of such information does not imply endorsement by CBF. CBF is not responsible for the contents of any linked Website, or any link contained in a linked Website, or any changes or updates to such Websites. The inclusion of any link is provided only for information purposes.