Videos

  • Top 5 Scariest Critters in the Bay

    In honor of Halloween, we’re counting down the five scariest critters in our waters.

  • EPA-The Moment for the Chesapeake Bay

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has failed to uphold its Clean Water Act responsibilities to reduce pollution throughout the Bay watershed, a 64,000-square-mile national treasure, which more than 18 million of us call home. So we’re fighting back. We’re taking EPA to court to protect our health, environment, and way of life.

  • Cheddar the Oyster Gardening Cat

    What are all the cool cats doing these days? They're oyster gardening!

  • Freshwater Mussels

    CBF’s Virginia Senior Scientist Joe Wood explains why mussels are good for rivers, how mussels trick fish into helping them out, and other interesting details about these dynamic organisms.

  • 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

  • Press Call: CBF Sues EPA

    The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and its partners have filed a complaint suing the federal Environmental Protection Agency for abdicating its responsibilities under the Clean Water Act.

  • Learn about the Bay with Us

    Just as educators across the world have had to reimagine how they teach, our environmental educators have done the same. From creating video lessons for our Learn Outside, Learn at Home programming to remotely joining a classroom from the field through our new Chesapeake Online Learning (OWL) opportunities, our educators are here to help!

  • Ask an Expert: How are Federal Rollbacks Impacting Wetlands?

    How are streams and wetlands impacted by federal rollbacks, like the rollback of the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule?

  • Ask an Expert: What Is a Fish Kill?

    Why do dozens, hundreds, or sometimes even thousands of fish wash ashore dead? What types of environmental factors can cause these mass die-offs? How can we prevent them from happening?

  • Restoration, Onward!

    The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many things about our personal and professional lives, but CBF staff are still pushing forward with Bay restoration efforts across the watershed safely and responsibly.

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