Saving the Bay through education, advocacy, litigation, and restoration.
Vital Susquehanna and its Smallmouth in TroubleThe health of one of the longest and most important rivers in the country—and all that depend on it—is in trouble. Find out how, and what we're doing about it...
Building our Clean Water Blueprint Army CBF's Pennsylvania Executive Director Matt Ehrhart introduces two new staff members who will rally the troops across Pennsylvania in support of the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint. Read other updates on our local efforts in Hampton Roads, Virginia, Maryland, and the Eastern Shore.
We're Halfway There!From fencing their cattle out of rivers to building streamside buffers, these Virginia farmers are implementing Best Management Practices that not only restore the health of our waters, but also improve farm health and productivity. Read on to learn how these conservation practices have already brought us halfway to achieving the nutrient reductions needed to restore the Bay and our waters.
The Latest from the HillThis week the U.S. Senate is considering the "Agriculture Reform, Food, and Jobs Act of 2012" AKA the Farm Bill. What does its ultimate decision mean for farmers and Bay restoration?
Photos from the Education FieldOur educators in the field have been sending us wonderful photos of their adventures on the Bay and in its rivers and streams. Check out this cool slideshow showcasing our favorite pics from the spring. Be sure to also check out our Chesapeake Critters and Field photo albums on Facebook!
Ag and Farm Night Date: Saturday, June 23, 2012Time: 5:30 p.m.-9 p.m.Location: York, PA
Chesapeake Classrooms Teacher Professional Development Courses Date: Throughout July and August Location: Across Pennsylvania and the rest of the WatershedRead more information.
PA Discovery Trip Date: Thursday, July 19, 2012Time: 4 p.m.-7 p.m.Location: Harrisburg, PAStay tuned for registration information starting next week!
For a full listing of upcoming events and restoration projects check our Online Calendar.
Did you know...$25 can plant five native trees. $50 can grow 5,000 native oysters. Every gift makes a difference. See how you can help!
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