26 Feb 2021 00:02:54
On February 26, 2021, the Maryland Senate passed a resolution honoring CBF President Will Baker for his years of service on behalf of the Chesapeake Bay. Baker announced in January that he plans to retire at the end of the year.
11 Feb 2021 00:04:16
Rotational grazing is the process of moving livestock from pasture to pasture to improve vegetation growth and enable animals to naturally fertilize the land. Join Michael Heller, Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Clagett Farm manager, as he explains how the Maryland farm has embraced rotational grazing and other regenerative agriculture methods to sequester carbon, reduce water runoff, and raise grass-fed livestock
11 Feb 2021 00:02:48
Farming is an integral part of Pennsylvania's history and cultural identity. That's why CBF is proud to partner with and support our family farmers across the state and across the greater watershed. This Valentine's Day, take a look at some of our Pennsylvania staff's favorite Pennsylvania food loves!
05 Jan 2021 01:03:14
This year's State of the Bay report shows us that even though the science-based Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint is working, the Bay that 18 million of us call home is still a system dangerously out of balance. The road to restoration is steep, and the clock is ticking.
14 Dec 2020 00:03:58
Small, silvery, and packed with nutritional might, menhaden have often been referred to as the "most important fish in the sea."
03 Dec 2020 00:34:26
The City of Hampton closed on Virginia’s first environmental impact bond issued in December 2020, which is only the third bond of this type issued in the country.
25 Nov 2020 00:01:29
This year tested us like no other. But the passion, strength, and resilience of the CBF community continues to shine. Never has our fight for clean water been more important. And never have we been more honored and overwhelmed by the unyielding support of the CBF family.
10 Nov 2020 00:36:49
Welcome by Don Webster, UMD Extension, and Keynote Address by Paul Zajicek, President, National Aquaculture Association.
10 Nov 2020 00:17:38
Danielle Blacklock, NOAA Office of Aquaculture
10 Nov 2020 00:03:55
See how Virginia waterfront property owner Norman Colpitts uses a cost-effective living shoreline to protect his property while benefiting the environment. The living shoreline includes a small oyster reef to prevent erosion on his property. These oysters create wildlife habitat, filter and clean the water, and slow down waves before they erode the shore.
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