Codi Yeager lives in Annapolis and serves as CBF’s Senior Writer. She grew up in northern Michigan on the shores of Lake Michigan and believes most good things in life happen near the water.
After earning a degree in journalism and biology at West Virginia University, she nearly became a botanist. But she decided she liked writing about science (and talking with cool science people) even better than studying it. Her subsequent work as an environmental reporter took her all over the country, from the Alaskan Arctic to the prairies of North Dakota to the Mojave Desert.
Outside of work, she’s happy to do any activity that involves strapping on hiking boots and affords plenty of opportunities to take pictures of plants.
December 8, 2020
Despite a cancelled event, Keystone 10 Million Trees partner Anne Wain found a way to plant saplings in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
December 2, 2020
On Maryland’s Eastern Shore, High School Science Teacher Hemalatha Bhaskaran finds solutions in online environmental education.
June 4, 2020
We talk with CBF’s Maryland Senior Scientist Doug Myers to explain what's behind the rust-colored water in the mid-Bay's tidal rivers and what it means.
May 13, 2020
What worms, a shovel, and some water can tell you about the miraculous world beneath your feet.
April 27, 2020
The Chesapeake is changing. We can still save it—and the planet.
April 13, 2020
We all may be stuck close to our nests, but webcams and windows are still aflutter as the Bay’s charismatic avian residents celebrate spring. Here’s what to look for.
March 13, 2020
The sun sank. The indigo evening swept in with a hush. Ears straining and flashlights ready, we waited for the timberdoodles.
February 26, 2020
In the marshes of the Chesapeake Bay, Harriet Tubman’s story comes alive.
February 14, 2020
An ode to mud puddles and odiferous plants.
January 7, 2020
By re-envisioning stormwater management as a service, Derry Township energized efforts to proactively manage, repair, and upgrade aging infrastructure, reduce chronic flooding, meet the increasing regulatory requirements of its MS4 stormwater permit, and clean up its streams.
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