Videos

  • Sediment in Streams

  • Community Supported Agriculture and COVID-19

    Local farms in the watershed are adapting to COVID-19 to provide a safe food supply while following practices that are good for clean water. Join experts at CBF's Clagett Farm to learn more about how you can find a farm near you.

  • Fish Adaptations

    What can you learn about a fish’s food source, habitat, and lifestyle just from looking at it? Join CBF educator Leigh Auth as she goes “fishing” for answers in this video

  • The Importance of Trees

    In this video, CBF Educators Liz and Ronnie will walk you through how trees improve water quality, how to identify them, and how you can analyze tree rings.

  • Composting

    In this video CBF Educators Tiffany, Leigh, and Claire explain composting basics, how to build a composter at home, and the different stages of decomposition.

  • Reducing Erosion is Good for the Bay

    In this video, join CBF Educators Morgan and Kate at Maryland’s Calvert Cliffs as they explain why reducing erosion is good for the Bay.

  • Blue Crab 101

    Watch as CBF Virginia Field Manager Ken Slazyk describes blue crabs’ key features and their life cycle in this animated video.

  • State of Your Bay

    Explore two different neighborhoods with CBF Educators Megan and Claire. They’ll explain how trees, ditches, lawns, roofs, and other things that make up our neighborhoods are related to the health of the Chesapeake Bay.

  • Spring Peepers

    On spring nights, a chorus of high-pitched peeps rings out from marshy woodlands and swamps. Follow along with CBF Educator Liz Glaston as she tracks down the source—a tiny tree frog called the northern spring peeper.

  • How to Shuck an Oyster

    Champion Oyster Shucker Deborah Pratt from Virginia’s Middle Peninsula demonstrates her unique lip-shucking method to open an oyster.

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