The Untold Story of One of The Most Successful Oystermen in Hampton
October 13, 2022
John Mallory Phillips—a successful waterman and businessman in the Hampton, Virginia, area at the turn of the last century—made leaps in the Black community at a time that lacked support or recognition for people of color.
An Open Letter on Holly Beach Farm
October 12, 2022
Honoring a property that deserves to be restored and conserved.
Roots in Rocky Soil
October 11, 2022
Trees, bees, and goats are all part of Tim Wagner's vision to build a farm and a community in central Pennsylvania.
Wetlands Are Waters, Too
September 29, 2022
An upcoming Supreme Court decision could determine the fate of thousands of acres of wetlands in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Clean Water Advocacy: September 2022 Update
September 28, 2022
Salmon, trees, plastic bags, and more. And all with Election Day right around the corner.
Baltimore Needs Effective and Equitable Transit Infrastructure
September 22, 2022
CBF speaks up on the transit alternatives presented in MDOT MTA’s East-West Corridor Study.
Speaking for the Streams
September 20, 2022
Nancy Kelly has waded, assessed, and protected the Bay's rivers for decades.
Save the Bay News: An Ancient Fish in Danger, Farmer Funds, and Crabs
September 16, 2022
Our monthly roundup of engaging and educational content. This month we look into concerns over a proposed salmon factory, recent landmark federal legislation, crabs, and the latest survey of underwater grasses.
Successful Shorelines Require a Sea Change
September 15, 2022
Living shorelines of native plants are often more effective, and more cost-effective over the long run, than armoring shorelines with rocks, concrete or treated lumber.
Fall Birding on Island Time
September 13, 2022
CBF Educator Shayla Keller shares her love of birding on the Chesapeake and tips to enjoy the fall migratory season.
Underwater Grasses: How Are They Doing?
August 30, 2022
Underwater grasses are a critical habitat in the Bay and its tidal rivers. We asked Dr. Beth McGee for an update on their status and what it means for the health of the Bay.
Soil Your Undies for Science
August 25, 2022
In Pennsylvania, volunteers buried cotton underwear to explore their soil's health.
Lake Anna Added to Virginia Dirty Waters List
August 23, 2022
Algal blooms threaten a water lover's paradise.
An Ancient Fish in Danger
August 17, 2022
A proposed salmon factory puts Maryland's endangered Atlantic sturgeon population at risk.
Funding Farmers to Save the Bay
August 16, 2022
Big federal investment to fight climate change will help farmers too.
A Shellabration on Water
August 10, 2022
With oyster kayak tours, Hampton-based eco-tourism company Shored Up LLC celebrates the Bay’s favorite bivalve.
AquaCon's Proposed Salmon Farm is a Major Environmental Risk for Maryland
August 8, 2022
State regulators need to do more to protect surrounding communities and guarantee pollution in local waterways won't get worse.
The Future of Crownsville State Hospital as a Center for Nature and Healing
August 4, 2022
How a place with a dark past could be transformed into a refuge for nature and healing.
Pennsylvania Budget's Historic Investments In Clean Water Is A Watershed Moment
August 1, 2022
From the Capitol to croplands, making good on these landmark investments is vital to our health, economic well-being, and quality of life.
Talking Soil Health With 4 the Soil
July 28, 2022
CBF Watershed Restoration Specialist, Matt Kowalski speaks with Jeff Ishee and Eric Bendfeldt from the '4 the Soil: A Conversation' podcast, about soil health and water quality.
A Brighter Future for Pennsylvania Students
July 26, 2022
New education standards include critical environmental requirements for all Pennsylvania students.
Outdoor Experiences, The Antidote to Screen Time Overload
July 25, 2022
Hands-on outdoor education improves physical and mental health, builds social skills, enhances creativity and learning, and improves attention and focus.
Save the Bay News: Hurricanes, Heat Waves, and Unpaving Paradise
July 22, 2022
Our monthly roundup of engaging and educational content. This month we look at the impacts of climate change and the things we can do to make communities, and the Bay, more resilient.
Tracing a River's Rage
July 20, 2022
Kicking off a week-long exploration of the Chesapeake Bay, students connect the dots between climate change, communities, and water quality in Ellicott City, Maryland and beyond.
Here Comes the Story of a Hurricane
July 19, 2022
Fifty years ago last month, monster storm Agnes unleashed horror on the Chesapeake Bay region. That was just the beginning.
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