Farm Forward: Press Call15 Feb 2022 00:32:02
Following the release of Farm Forward, a new report highlighting the multiple benefits of agricultural conservation practices essential to restoring the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation held a press call on February 15, 2022.
Economic Benefits of Cleaning Up the Chesapeake Press Conference06 Oct 2014 0:07:10
This first-ever analysis released by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation finds that the economic benefits provided by nature in the Chesapeake Bay watershed will total $130 billion annually when the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint is fully implemented.
D.C. Clean Rivers Project- Creating Jobs, Saving the Bay17 Jun 2013 0:01:43
Learn how the D.C. Clean Rivers Project is working to reduce combined sewer overflows into the District's waterways.
Capitol Greenroofs: Creating Jobs, Saving the Bay17 Jun 2013 00:01:52
Learn how Capitol Greenroofs is helping to prevent harmful stormwater runoff and creating jobs at the same time.
HDR Engineering: Creating Jobs, Saving the Bay17 Jun 2013 00:02:10
HDR Engineering is helping Hampton Roads Sanitation District reduce nitrogen, phosphorus, and other pollutants from being discharged in the plant's effluent.
Angler Environmental: Creating Jobs, Saving the Bay17 Jun 2013 00:02:06
Learn how Angler Environmental is creating low-impact, effective stormwater landscaping that restores our waters and creates jobs at the same time!
Terra-Gro, Inc: Creating Jobs, Saving the Bay17 Jun 2013 00:02:07
Learn how Terra-Gro, Inc. in Terre Hill, Pennsylvania, is creating jobs and saving the Bay through its innovative and environmentally friendly composting system. This project not only restores our waters, but creates 10,000 jobs in the process!
Brightwater, Inc.: Creating Jobs, Saving the Bay17 Jun 2013 00:01:48
Learn how Brightwater, Inc.--an environmental consulting firm--creates jobs and restores our waters through an array of water quality studies, stream assessment and restoration, wetland assessment, restoration, and mitigation.
Saving Chesapeake Bay—It's a Job10 May 2013 0:08:58
Since the passage of federal clean water and air laws in the 1970s, a burgeoning new industry has sprouted that creates jobs and stimulates the economy through pollution reduction, including improvements to sewage and power plants. This environmental industry is now worth $312 billion a year.