Hopewell Events

Join us for these upcoming activities, part of CBF's Hopewell Restoration Project to add important green infrastructure practices to the city's environs. Help create areas that will reduce flooding and polluted runoff while creating additional green space for Hopewell's residents to enjoy.

Tree Giveaway for Hopewell Residents

November 14
Residents can pick up one of 200 free redbud trees for planting at home at Woodlawn Learning Center on Saturday, Nov. 14. That same day at Woodlawn, volunteers will plant a new community orchard of 25 fruit and native shade trees under an effort by the Hopewell Recreation and Parks Foundation supported by a Department of Forestry Trees for Clean Water Grant.

Spring 2021
CBF will give away a limited number of small trees to homeowners free of charge to plant in their yards in the spring of 2021. If you are interested in receiving trees, please complete our request form. CBF staff will be in touch with you once we receive your information.
Request your trees now

The Bay Needs You

The 2020 State of the Bay Report makes it clear that the Bay needs our support now more than ever. Your donation helps the Chesapeake Bay Foundation maintain our momentum toward a restored Bay, rivers, and streams for today and generations to come.

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Do you enjoy working with others to help clean the Chesapeake Bay? Do you have a few hours to spare? Whether growing oysters, planting trees, or helping in our offices, there are plenty of ways you can contribute.

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