CBF's Save the Bay Blog features a range of informative, engaging, and hopeful stories about CBF, our work, and conservation issues of the moment. Read on!
October 22, 2018
Miocene era fossil found on the Shores of the York River, Virginia. Ecphora was a genera of predatory snails that stalked the warm sea that once covered Virginia.
October 19, 2018
Autumn is officially here, as temperatures have plummeted this past week. And the Bay and its rivers and streams are reacting to the dramatic shift.
October 17, 2018
Garden mud, rain, and rocks were Rafiyqa Muhammad's playground growing up in a south-Harrisburg, PA neighborhood. Today, she's back in that neighborhood, empowering the community through rain gardens and green infrastructure.
October 15, 2018
Sunrise in the early summer of 2017 from the beach at Craft Haven Marina in Perryville, MD.
October 12, 2018
Before the Chesapeake was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608, the Bay was known for its oysters. But the magnitude of the Bay's oyster population has dropped precipitously since the days when Smith wrote that oysters "lay thick as stones."
October 11, 2018
For decades, photographer James Balog has focused on the relationship between people and nature. For his latest project, Balog traveled across the country to examine how people are altering the elements of life—from wildfires to air pollution to rising waters.
October 10, 2018
Dr. Aaron Spence, Superintendent of Virginia Beach City Public Schools, sat down with us to discuss the importance of environmental literacy and how his schools are leading the way.
October 8, 2018
An endangered diamond terrapin was rescued from a private citizen in Virginia after it was trapped in a crab pot.
October 5, 2018
It was less than a generation ago that America was confronted with the consequences of the degradation of the environment.
October 4, 2018
When it comes to clean water, watermen and oyster farmers are on the front line making positive impacts for the Bay and it's rivers and streams.