• Nansemond Indian Nation: Restoring Connections Through Oysters

    After centuries of displacement, the Nansemond Indian Nation is rebuilding connections to their ancestral waterway, raising oysters for restoration work and volunteering to build living shorelines.

  • An Urban Oasis Threatened

    People from all walks of life flock to the James River in Richmond, Virginia, to swim in clear water, kayak and raft the rapids, and relax and recharge along its rocky banks. But sewage spills and overflows continue to threaten recreation along the James River, highlighting the need for more work and investments to ensure it's a healthy place we all can enjoy.

  • Silvopasture: Adding Trees to Pastures to Improve Lands and Waters

    Silvopasture is the integration of trees and grazing livestock that enhances herd health and farm productivity. Trees for Graziers' Austin Unruh and Pennsylvania farmer Tim Sauder show us on-the-ground silvopasture progress in Lancaster County.

  • Freshwater Mussels: Unsung Heroes at Risk

    In the rivers and streams of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, dozens of species of freshwater mussels do wild and wonderful things that remain hidden to almost everyone.

  • Air Pollution in the Bay

    What is air pollution? Where does it come from? And how can we help improve air quality? Find the answers to these questions and more with this new video from CBF Educators.

  • Fish and Fellowship

    Every spring, anglers from all walks of life flock to the James River in Richmond as shad, perch, catfish, and more show up in great numbers. Hear from them how waterways bring us together and just plain make life better.

  • U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken at CBF Headquarters

    It was a great honor to welcome U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken to our Annapolis headquarters and hear him speak about the importance of the United States leading efforts to mitigate climate change.

  • Greening Southside Richmond

    In formerly redlined neighborhoods, how can trees bring peace, provide health benefits, and reduce pollution? See what community groups and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation are doing in Southside Richmond.

  • The Macon and Joan Brock Classroom

    Take a sneak peek at the amazing Macon and Joan Brock sustainable classroom and the new environmental studies program for high school students launched in a pioneering partnership between Virginia Beach City Public Schools and CBF.

  • Walk the Watershed

    Registration for CBF's 2021 Walk the Watershed! opens April 5 and we will walk, run, bike, swim, and paddle through May 15.  This event challenges participants to walking, running, biking, swimming, or paddling a combined 200 miles to raise critical funds while encouraging time outdoors and connecting with the natural resources we work to defend.

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