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As ability to trap sediment declines, more pollutants could reach Chesapeake Bay.
Many brave souls risked their lives on the trail in search of freedom.
If approved, funds could conserve more than 7,500 acres throughout watershed.
Successes in curbing air pollution also benefit work toward achieving Bay water quality goals.
In balance between health and degradation, our actions can help nature adapt and thrive.
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The Chesapeake Bay Program’s summary analysis of Chesapeake Bay health reveals an ecosystem in recovery. Released today, Bay Barometer offers a science-based snapshot of…
The amount of pollution that flowed from nine major rivers into the Chesapeake Bay in 2013 was below the 25-year average. While scientists expect this to have a positive impact on the long-term health of the nation’s largest estuary, most…
Today, the Chesapeake Bay Program announced that the partners have passed a resolution selecting Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe as the new Chair of the Chesapeake Executive Council, beginning January 1, 2015.
Ashland, VA – The Chesapeake Bay Program and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) have announced the recipients of $9.8 million in grants for restoration, conservation and environmental outreach initiatives across the…