Trees Help Beat City Heat
November 8, 2021
Mira Lloyd Dock Award recipient Kiasha Huling plants trees to cool the 'heat island' effect in Philadelphia.
EPA Cleanup Needed in Baltimore to Address Legacy Pollution Near Former Steel Mill Site
November 4, 2021
The Environmental Protection Agency is considering designating the area around the former Bethlehem Steel Mill at Sparrows Point as a Superfund site
Nature in Cities and Cities in Nature
November 2, 2021
Cities are crucial to nature, and vice versa. But the reasons for this are somewhat counterintuitive.
Save the Bay News: SCUBA, Oysters, and Teaching Tech
October 29, 2021
Our monthly roundup of engaging and educational content for you to enjoy at home. This month, we look at how a diverse array of groups and individuals throughout the watershed are pushing Bay restoration forward.
Top 5 Scariest Critters in the Bay
October 28, 2021
In honor of Halloween, we’re counting down the five scariest critters in our waters.
Eastern Shore Development's Wastewater Treatment Plan Raises Environmental Concerns
October 28, 2021
The precedent setting Lakeside at Trappe wastewater permit deserves additional public scrutiny.
Taking a Dive
October 27, 2021
Black Girls Dive Foundation students learn about science, technology, engineering, robotics, arts, and mathematics through SCUBA lessons.
A Veritable Force of Nature
October 21, 2021
CBF mentor teacher cultivates diversity and outdoor learning at Baltimore High School.
Six Things You Didn't Know About Trees
October 20, 2021
While many people can make general statements on their importance, there are multitudes of fascinating facts about trees that you may not know. We compiled a few of our favorites here.
Fish Spills Renew Concerns About Menhaden Management
October 7, 2021
The latest of Omega Protein's 13 fish spills in Virginia since 2018, is an important reminder of the need to better manage the Chesapeake Bay's menhaden population.
Let's Choose Nature Over Higher Flood Walls
October 5, 2021
How we adapt our built infrastructure in the Chesapeake Bay region to the challenge of sea level rise needs to be at the forefront of climate change discussions.
Environmental Justice, More Than Just A Check Mark
October 1, 2021
Environmental justice starts in communities, not courtrooms.
Save the Bay News: Tropical Wood Stork, Trees for Cows, and a Richmond Oasis
September 24, 2021
Our monthly roundup of engaging and educational content for you to enjoy at home. This month, we look into some of the rivers and streams that make up the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Unexpected Visitor Spotted in C&O Canal in Montgomery County
September 22, 2021
The tropical Wood Stork is rarely seen in Maryland, but could have been blown north by Hurricane Ida.
Five Facts You Otter Know
September 20, 2021
While we love to see them, otter sightings can be rare depending on your location in the watershed. But when you do see them, here are five interesting facts you should know about the North American river otter.
A Tree Grows in Dairy Land
September 15, 2021
Trees are among the most cost-effective methods for filtering and absorbing harmful water pollution from farms. Fiddle Creek Dairy is putting them out to pasture.
The Next Generation Speaks Up for the Bay
September 14, 2021
After a year apart, CBF Student Leaders came together this summer out of a shared passion for the Bay and the desire to make a difference.
What Does Hurricane Ida Mean for the Chesapeake Bay?
September 2, 2021
CBF's Director of Science and Agricultural Policy Beth McGee tells us what we need to know.
Harmful Algal Blooms: Red Tides, Cyanobacteria, and Filamentous Clumps are Clogging Chesapeake Waters
August 31, 2021
What are they, and what can we do about them?
Congress Must Help Save the Chesapeake Bay
August 27, 2021
The ongoing bay cleanup provides Congress with an opportunity to demonstrate that we can reduce bay pollutants, such as nitrogen and phosphorus.
What Is Regenerative Agriculture, and Why Is it Re-Emerging Now?
August 26, 2021
How a holistic approach to farming is key to restoring our environment and saving the Bay.
Pitching in for the Next Generation of Trees at the Augusta Forestry Center
August 24, 2021
The James River Buffer Program will require hundreds of thousands of tree seedlings to meet established goals for improving water quality and soil health.
Save the Bay News: Ancient Sharks, Jellyfish, and Mighty Mussels
August 20, 2021
Our monthly roundup of engaging and educational content for you to enjoy at home. This month, we look at what's happening with some of the Bay's critters.
Four Surprising Facts About Chesapeake Jellyfish
August 17, 2021
Admit it—it wouldn’t be a Chesapeake summer without sea nettles. From where to watch for nettles to treating their irritating stings, here are four things to know about jellyfish.
Freshwater Mussels: Wild, Wonderful, and Waning
August 16, 2021
Carolina Slabshells, Tidewater Muckets, Green Floaters—an amazing diversity of freshwater mussels call the rivers and streams of the Bay watershed home. But we’re losing species faster than we can understand them.
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