02 Apr 2020 00:02:52
Oyster growers around the Chesapeake Bay have been among the many businesses hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn from Rogue Oysters and Big Island Aquaculture about why it’s a particularly bad time of year for sales to stop and how to still get local oysters during this crisis.
02 Apr 2020 00:31.56
Why are dolphins visiting the Bay and what does it mean for the Bay? Join CBF experts as we answer these questions and many more!
01 Apr 2020 00:04:32
See for yourself how oysters make the water clearer. After watching it, use our Oyster Power Worksheet to figure out your family’s water usage and calculate how many oysters you’d need to filter that amount of water.
27 Mar 2020 Episode 3 | 00:05:02
We've heard about growing sustainable food, but what if farmers could go beyond preserving the environment and actually improve it? CBF's Director of Science and Agricultural Policy Beth McGee explores the pollution-reducing, carbon-capturing promise of regenerative agriculture—from her own backyard—and shares how you can help.
27 Mar 2020 Episode 4 | 00:05:28
Why do marshes sometimes smell like rotten eggs? How do they migrate as sea levels rise? And what does it all mean for the Bay in a changing climate? CBF Maryland Senior Scientist Doug Myers digs into the muck to explain the mysteries of 'blue carbon.'
25 Mar 2020 Episode 1 | 00:06:46
Why is an oyster hard to shuck? How do young oysters choose their homes? What happens when an oyster filters water? CBF’s Maryland Fisheries Scientist Allison Colden gets up close and personal with the Bay’s famous bivalve.
22 Jan 2020 00:42:22
Cities are full of asphalt, roads, and brick whose hard, dark surfaces absorb the sun's heat, making cities hot--referred to as the "heat island" effect. But there are ways to improve the health of city residents by "throwing shade."
17 Jan 2020 00:08:22
Take a video tour of CBF's Brock Environmental Center.
21 Nov 2019 0:01:45
A Special Thanksgiving Message from CBF President Will Baker. 2019
20 Nov 2019 Episode 1 |
Forested buffers—stretches of native trees, shrubs, and plants along streams and rivers—keep our waterways clean and healthy. This webinar looks at new options for expanding these critical resources in Virginia.
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