• 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.

  • Maryland Senate Honors CBF President Will Baker

    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.

  • Rotational Grazing and Regenerative Agriculture at Clagett Farm

    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

  • CBF Staff Love Pennsylvania Farms

    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!

  • 2020 State of the Bay Report Press Conference

    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.

  • Menhaden: The Chesapeake's Unsung Hero

    Small, silvery, and packed with nutritional might, menhaden have often been referred to as the "most important fish in the sea."

  • Press Conference: Hampton Environmental Impact Bond

    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.

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