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Cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers and streams make environmental and economical sense.

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A Saved Bay = Higher Property Values worth $9 Billion per year

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A Saved Bay = More Productive Farms worth $1.2 Billion per year

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A Save Bay = More Recreation worth $1 Billion per year

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A Saved Bay = Better Flood Protection worth $2 Billion per year

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A Saved Bay = A Better Economy for Virginia worth $8.3 Billion per year

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A Saved Bay = A Better Economy for Maryland worth $4.5 Billion per year

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A Saved Bay = A Better Economy for West Virginia worth $1.3 Billion per year

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Economic Benefits of Cleaning Up the Chesapeake: A Valuation of the Natural Benefits Gained by Implementing the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint

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A Saved Bay = Stabilized Weather worth $1 Billion per year

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A Saved Bay = Cleaner, Healthier Air worth $590 MIllion per year

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A Saved Bay = Cheaper Water Treatment worth $4.3 Billion per year

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A Saved Bay = Cleaner, Healthier Water worth $3.4 Billion per year

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A Saved Bay = A Better Economy for Pennsylvania worth $6.2 Billion per year

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A Saved Bay = A Better Economy for New York worth $1.9 Billion per year

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A Saved Bay = A Better Economy for Delaware worth $206 Million per year

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