A.J. Metcalf lives in Annapolis after sojourns in Ellicott City and Silver Spring where he worked as a local news reporter. He handles Maryland media relations and communications for CBF and can often be seen speaking with reporters about the watershed and Bay restoration.
He has degrees in political science and journalism from Boston University and grew up in Rhode Island. Prior to joining CBF, he covered local news in Howard County and then helped launch Bethesda Beat, a daily online news website in Montgomery County, where he wrote about politics, government, and transportation issues.
A.J. enjoys all water activities. In the summer you may find him tubing down the Patapsco River, kayaking on Tuckahoe Creek, or fishing for Maryland blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay. Look out for his dog Teddy too, a lab mix who enjoys rivers and lakes far more than the ocean.
November 15, 2019
Volunteers helped CBF plant more than 1,000 trees and shrubs at the home of Hollywood Oyster Co. in November.
October 18, 2019
Forests are one of our most valuable resources in our work towards clean water. But despite their value, forests are disappearing at an alarming rate in Maryland's Anne Arundel County.
September 6, 2019
On a blustery and snowy March day at Maryland’s General Assembly, about a dozen hearty oyster advocates to support two bills designed to help increase the oyster population in Maryland’s portion of the Chesapeake Bay.
May 7, 2019
Maryland's Clean Water Blueprint must get Maryland to the reductions necessary to meet its commitment to the 2010 federal “Total Maximum Daily Load.”
April 12, 2019
Despite the success of several important environmental bills, the post-session celebration was tempered by the loss of House Speaker Michael Busch, a longtime advocate for the Chesapeake Bay.
February 20, 2019
2019 Maryland Shellfish Aquaculture Conference highlighted changes in the Bay’s regenerative business.
October 25, 2018
To figure out how South Korea’s second-largest city can solve its pollution issues, two reporters traveled around the world to Maryland.