Save the Bay Blog February 2024

  • Hope on the Half Shell

    February 22, 2024

    The Chesapeake Bay is now home to the world’s largest oyster reef restoration projects—and they’re showing incredible success. What comes next?

  • In Virginia, Hope Grows on Trees

    February 21, 2024

    Virginia’s trees are disappearing. A tree planting in Norfolk—and conservation efforts from state lawmakers—offer signs of hope.

  • Journey into the Heart of the Bay

    February 20, 2024

    CBF’s inaugural Middle School Bay Eco-Camp offered salt marsh and island explorations, star-lit hikes, and life-changing learning experiences. This summer, the camp is back by popular demand.

  • Let's Go Outdoors!

    February 15, 2024

    Tarsha and Keisha Scovens' Let’s Go Outdoors (LGO) program is increasing family engagement in outdoor recreation, and teaching diverse youth and adults in under-represented communities in Lancaster and Philadelphia about the environment and conservation.

  • Lawmakers Must Prioritize Conservation, Climate Legislation

    February 8, 2024

    When it comes down to it, environmental policy is about people. In 2024, our elected officials can leave a legacy of supporting a healthier environment and improving Virginians’ well-being.

  • Climate Resiliency Demands Resilient Funding

    February 6, 2024

    Climate change is no longer knocking at Virginia’s door; it’s inside the commonwealth’s house—with no plans to leave. Protecting Virginians from this urgent situation requires resilient solutions. And resilient solutions need consistent investment.

  • When It Rains It Pours — With Road Salt It Creates a Bad Brew

    February 1, 2024

    It's that time of year when we're all looking for ways to manage the snow that falls on our streets, walkways, and driveways. Road deicers are most often some forms of salt, which create an unsavory, salty situation in our streams.




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