Videos

  • Bay Balance Yoga

    Get up close and personal with some of the Bay's coolest critters as you contemplate how each is adapted to live in this environment.

  • We're Watching Out for the Watershed

    CBF acts as a watchdog to elevate good practices for healing our waterways, while being vigilant in opposing projects, proposal, and regulatory rollbacks that threaten the Chesapeake Bay.

  • Maryland Forests Can Help Save the Bay

    Did you know that forests are critical natural filters for clean water? Maryland forests are facing development pressures and need strong legislation and local support to protect them

  • You Never Know What You’re Going to Catch

    Capt. John Garland runs Screaming Reels Fishing Charters, going after invasive blue catfish on the James River near Richmond.

  • Oyster Farming in the Bay

    Oyster farming—the practice of cultivating oysters for food—is a growing part of Maryland and Virginia's economy.

  • The Manila-Chesapeake Connection

    Learn why Megan Cariaso traveled across the world to become an intern for CBF and what lessons from the Chesapeake she hopes could help restore Manila Bay in the Philippines.

  • Farming Oysters with an Adjustable Longline

    Alex Lambert of Lambert Shellfish demonstrates the adjustable longline technique used in oyster aquaculture.

  • CBF Student Leader MCPS Environment Film Festival Entry

    CBF Student Leader at Poolesville Highschool (PHS) in Montgomery County, Maryland, Jacob Chu produced this short film with the PHS Environmental Film Club about the importance of streamside forests (known as riparian buffers). It won second place in the Montgomery County Public Schools Environmental Film Festival.

  • CBF Student Leaders are Making a Real Difference

    CBF Student Leaders from Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania tell us how the program expands their knowledge of Bay issues, improves planning and team building skills, and helps them lead others to take action for clean water in their communities.

  • Learn to Shuck with the Oyster Ninja

    Learn how to shuck oysters safely with nationally ranked oyster shucker Gardner Douglas (a.k.a. “The Oyster Ninja”).

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