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Directive 08-1: Leading the Nation in Development of a Sustainable Next-Generation Biofuels Industry

Publication date: November 20, 2008 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

The Chesapeake Executive Council issued the Directive: Leading the Nation in Development of a Sustainable Next-Generation Biofuels Industry (08-1). This directive adopts the findings of the Report: Next Generation Biofuels -- Taking the...

Protecting the Forests of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed - A Response to Directive 06-1

Publication date: December 05, 2007 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In 2006, the Chesapeake Executive Council recognized that retaining, expanding, and sustainably managing forest lands is essential to restoring a healthy Chesapeake Bay by signing Directive 06-01. This implementation document responds...

Directive 06-1 Protecting the Forests of the Chesapeake Watershed

Publication date: October 22, 2006 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Retaining and expanding forests in the Chesapeake Bay watershed is critical to our success in restoring the Chesapeake Bay. Forests are the most beneficial land use for protecting water quality, due to their ability to capture, filter...

Directive 04-1: Funding the Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Publication date: January 10, 2005 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In December 2003, the Executive Council directed the Chesapeake Bay Program to establish and convene a Chesapeake Bay Watershed Blue ribbon panel to consider funding sources to implement the tributary strategies basin-wide and to make...

Directive 04-3: Building New Partnerships and New markets for Agricultural Animal manure and Poultry Litter in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Publication date: January 10, 2005 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Agriculture is a significant source of nutrients entering the Chesapeake Bay, with animal manure and poultry litter contributing about half of the agricultural nutrient load. As animal operations become more concentrated and the acreage...

Directive 04-2: Meeting the Nutrient and Sediment Reduction Goals - Next Steps

Publication date: January 10, 2005 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

This Directive addresses next steps, each of which will advance Tributary Strategy implementation, and identifies measures to implement several Panel recommendations upon which action can be taken quickly.

Directive 03-02 - Meeting the Nutrient and Sediment Reduction Goals

Publication date: December 09, 2003 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

improving water quality is the most critical element in the overall protection and restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries was the goal of this directive.

Directive No. 03-01: Expanded Riparian Forest Buffer Goals

Publication date: December 08, 2003 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

We, the members of the Chesapeake Executive Council, hereby reaffirm our commitment to restoring the Chesapeake Bay, in part, by protecting and restoring riparian lands along the watershed’s thousands of miles of stream and shoreline.

...

Directive 01-1: Managing Storm Water on State, Federal and District-owned Lands and Facilities

Publication date: December 03, 2001 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Increased population and development within the watershed have created projections regarding urban and suburban growth and the increase of imperviousness in the watershed, managing stormwater runoff is an important activity for reducing...

Directive 98-4: Interstate Animal Waste Distribution and Use Technology

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

The Interstate Animal Waste Distribution and Use Technology Directive supports the nutrient reductions goals of the 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement and the opportunity that it provides for all states within the Chesapeake Bay watershed...

Directive 98-3: Accelerating Bay Restoration Through Implementation of Innovative Technologies

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

New and enhanced environmental technologies are critical to reducing pollution releases, lowering compliance costs and improving production efficiency. The Chesapeake Bay Program has encouraged the development and implementation of...

Directive 98-2: Chesapeake 2000

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Chesapeake 2000 takes stock of the progress made to date in restoring the Chesapeake Bay and renews the Chesapeake Bay Program's commitment to the ultimate goal of restoring the productivity, diversity and abundance of the living...

Directive 98-1: Chesapeake Bay Program Education Initiative

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

This directive outlines environmental education commitments by the Bay Program, departments of education and interagency education groups in each jurisdiction. These groups will report annually to the Department of Education, and...

Directive 97-3: Community Watershed Initiative

Publication date: October 30, 1997 | Type of document: Directive

The restoration of water quality and living resources is the principal goal of the Chesapeake Bay Program. Through the cooperative efforts of the Bay Program partners, we have endeavored to strengthen and coordinate our actions to protect...

Directive 97-1: Baywide Nutrient Reduction Progress and Future Directions

Publication date: October 30, 1997 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of the Chesapeake Bay Program's reconfirmation to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus loading to the Bay from controllable sources by 40 percent by 2000, using 1985 as a base year. This directive also outlines systems and measures...

Directive 97-2: Wetlands Protection and Restoration Goals

Publication date: October 30, 1997 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Both tidal and non-tidal wetlands critical role in the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem, is emphasized in this in this directive and specific actions are recommended to maintain existing wetland and to restore wetland acreage and functions in...

Directive 95-1: Local Government Partnership Initiative

Publication date: October 10, 1996 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of local governments' role in the Chesapeake Bay Program within the range of program activities that depend on local action and support.

Directive No. 94-1: Riparian Forest Buffers

Publication date: October 14, 1994 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

We now recognize that forests along waterways, also known as "riparian forests," are an important resource that protects water quality and provides habitat and food necessary to support fish survival and reproduction. Used as buffers,...

Directive 94-2: Reciprocal Agricultural Certification Program

Publication date: October 14, 1994 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In 1992, recognizing the significant role that agriculture plays in the Bay's restoration, the Executive Council launched the Agricultural Nonpoint Source Initiative to develop strategies for the agricultural community to reach their...

Directive 94-3: Framework for Habitat Restoration

Publication date: October 14, 1994 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

This Directive addresses historical habitats in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, the need to accelerate efforts to restore habitat across the basin to benefit living resources and directs the Bay Program to implement an integrated and...

Directive 93-3: Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Restoration Goals

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of the conditions planned to achieve a net gain in submerged aquatic vegetation distribution abundance and species diversity in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries over present populations.

Directive 93-1: Joint Tributary Strategy Statement

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of the conditions that will reduce nutrients entering the Bay at a level 40% less than they were in 1985, even in the face of increased population and development.

Directive 93-2: Toxics Reduction Strategy Reevaluation

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In January 1989, The Chesapeake Executive Council adopted the Basinwide Toxics Reduction Strategy in fulfillment of the 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement and committed to reevaluate the Strategy of the 1987 Clean Water Act as a foundation...

Directive 93-5: Agriculture Nonpoint Source Initiative

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of commitments in the Chesapeake Bay Program to restore and protect the ecological integrity, productivity and beneficial uses of the Chesapeake Bay. Signatories include the states of Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, the...

Directive No. 93-4: Fish Passage Goals

Publication date: December 26, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

We the undersigned, adopt the Fish Passage Goals Policy in accordance with the Fish Passage Strategy adopted by the Executive Council in January of 1989. The Fish Passage Strategy states that all jurisdictions of the Chesapeake Bay...


Directive 01-1: Managing Storm Water on State, Federal and District-owned Lands and Facilities

Publication date: December 03, 2001 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Increased population and development within the watershed have created projections regarding urban and suburban growth and the increase of imperviousness in the watershed, managing stormwater runoff is an important activity for reducing...

Directive 03-02 - Meeting the Nutrient and Sediment Reduction Goals

Publication date: December 09, 2003 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

improving water quality is the most critical element in the overall protection and restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries was the goal of this directive.

Directive 04-1: Funding the Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Publication date: January 10, 2005 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In December 2003, the Executive Council directed the Chesapeake Bay Program to establish and convene a Chesapeake Bay Watershed Blue ribbon panel to consider funding sources to implement the tributary strategies basin-wide and to make...

Directive 04-2: Meeting the Nutrient and Sediment Reduction Goals - Next Steps

Publication date: January 10, 2005 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

This Directive addresses next steps, each of which will advance Tributary Strategy implementation, and identifies measures to implement several Panel recommendations upon which action can be taken quickly.

Directive 04-3: Building New Partnerships and New markets for Agricultural Animal manure and Poultry Litter in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Publication date: January 10, 2005 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Agriculture is a significant source of nutrients entering the Chesapeake Bay, with animal manure and poultry litter contributing about half of the agricultural nutrient load. As animal operations become more concentrated and the acreage...

Directive 06-1 Protecting the Forests of the Chesapeake Watershed

Publication date: October 22, 2006 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Retaining and expanding forests in the Chesapeake Bay watershed is critical to our success in restoring the Chesapeake Bay. Forests are the most beneficial land use for protecting water quality, due to their ability to capture, filter...

Directive 08-1: Leading the Nation in Development of a Sustainable Next-Generation Biofuels Industry

Publication date: November 20, 2008 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

The Chesapeake Executive Council issued the Directive: Leading the Nation in Development of a Sustainable Next-Generation Biofuels Industry (08-1). This directive adopts the findings of the Report: Next Generation Biofuels -- Taking the...

Directive 93-1: Joint Tributary Strategy Statement

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of the conditions that will reduce nutrients entering the Bay at a level 40% less than they were in 1985, even in the face of increased population and development.

Directive 93-2: Toxics Reduction Strategy Reevaluation

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In January 1989, The Chesapeake Executive Council adopted the Basinwide Toxics Reduction Strategy in fulfillment of the 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement and committed to reevaluate the Strategy of the 1987 Clean Water Act as a foundation...

Directive 93-3: Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Restoration Goals

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of the conditions planned to achieve a net gain in submerged aquatic vegetation distribution abundance and species diversity in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries over present populations.

Directive 93-5: Agriculture Nonpoint Source Initiative

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of commitments in the Chesapeake Bay Program to restore and protect the ecological integrity, productivity and beneficial uses of the Chesapeake Bay. Signatories include the states of Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, the...

Directive 94-2: Reciprocal Agricultural Certification Program

Publication date: October 14, 1994 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In 1992, recognizing the significant role that agriculture plays in the Bay's restoration, the Executive Council launched the Agricultural Nonpoint Source Initiative to develop strategies for the agricultural community to reach their...

Directive 94-3: Framework for Habitat Restoration

Publication date: October 14, 1994 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

This Directive addresses historical habitats in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, the need to accelerate efforts to restore habitat across the basin to benefit living resources and directs the Bay Program to implement an integrated and...

Directive 95-1: Local Government Partnership Initiative

Publication date: October 10, 1996 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of local governments' role in the Chesapeake Bay Program within the range of program activities that depend on local action and support.

Directive 97-1: Baywide Nutrient Reduction Progress and Future Directions

Publication date: October 30, 1997 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of the Chesapeake Bay Program's reconfirmation to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus loading to the Bay from controllable sources by 40 percent by 2000, using 1985 as a base year. This directive also outlines systems and measures...

Directive 97-2: Wetlands Protection and Restoration Goals

Publication date: October 30, 1997 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Both tidal and non-tidal wetlands critical role in the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem, is emphasized in this in this directive and specific actions are recommended to maintain existing wetland and to restore wetland acreage and functions in...

Directive 97-3: Community Watershed Initiative

Publication date: October 30, 1997 | Type of document: Directive

The restoration of water quality and living resources is the principal goal of the Chesapeake Bay Program. Through the cooperative efforts of the Bay Program partners, we have endeavored to strengthen and coordinate our actions to protect...

Directive 98-1: Chesapeake Bay Program Education Initiative

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

This directive outlines environmental education commitments by the Bay Program, departments of education and interagency education groups in each jurisdiction. These groups will report annually to the Department of Education, and...

Directive 98-2: Chesapeake 2000

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Chesapeake 2000 takes stock of the progress made to date in restoring the Chesapeake Bay and renews the Chesapeake Bay Program's commitment to the ultimate goal of restoring the productivity, diversity and abundance of the living...

Directive 98-3: Accelerating Bay Restoration Through Implementation of Innovative Technologies

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

New and enhanced environmental technologies are critical to reducing pollution releases, lowering compliance costs and improving production efficiency. The Chesapeake Bay Program has encouraged the development and implementation of...

Directive 98-4: Interstate Animal Waste Distribution and Use Technology

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

The Interstate Animal Waste Distribution and Use Technology Directive supports the nutrient reductions goals of the 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement and the opportunity that it provides for all states within the Chesapeake Bay watershed...

Directive No. 03-01: Expanded Riparian Forest Buffer Goals

Publication date: December 08, 2003 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

We, the members of the Chesapeake Executive Council, hereby reaffirm our commitment to restoring the Chesapeake Bay, in part, by protecting and restoring riparian lands along the watershed’s thousands of miles of stream and shoreline.

...

Directive No. 93-4: Fish Passage Goals

Publication date: December 26, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

We the undersigned, adopt the Fish Passage Goals Policy in accordance with the Fish Passage Strategy adopted by the Executive Council in January of 1989. The Fish Passage Strategy states that all jurisdictions of the Chesapeake Bay...

Directive No. 94-1: Riparian Forest Buffers

Publication date: October 14, 1994 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

We now recognize that forests along waterways, also known as "riparian forests," are an important resource that protects water quality and provides habitat and food necessary to support fish survival and reproduction. Used as buffers,...

Protecting the Forests of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed - A Response to Directive 06-1

Publication date: December 05, 2007 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In 2006, the Chesapeake Executive Council recognized that retaining, expanding, and sustainably managing forest lands is essential to restoring a healthy Chesapeake Bay by signing Directive 06-01. This implementation document responds...


Directive 06-1 Protecting the Forests of the Chesapeake Watershed

Publication date: October 22, 2006 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Retaining and expanding forests in the Chesapeake Bay watershed is critical to our success in restoring the Chesapeake Bay. Forests are the most beneficial land use for protecting water quality, due to their ability to capture, filter...

Directive 08-1: Leading the Nation in Development of a Sustainable Next-Generation Biofuels Industry

Publication date: November 20, 2008 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

The Chesapeake Executive Council issued the Directive: Leading the Nation in Development of a Sustainable Next-Generation Biofuels Industry (08-1). This directive adopts the findings of the Report: Next Generation Biofuels -- Taking the...

Directive 97-3: Community Watershed Initiative

Publication date: October 30, 1997 | Type of document: Directive

The restoration of water quality and living resources is the principal goal of the Chesapeake Bay Program. Through the cooperative efforts of the Bay Program partners, we have endeavored to strengthen and coordinate our actions to protect...

Directive 93-3: Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Restoration Goals

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of the conditions planned to achieve a net gain in submerged aquatic vegetation distribution abundance and species diversity in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries over present populations.

Directive 93-1: Joint Tributary Strategy Statement

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of the conditions that will reduce nutrients entering the Bay at a level 40% less than they were in 1985, even in the face of increased population and development.

Directive 94-3: Framework for Habitat Restoration

Publication date: October 14, 1994 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

This Directive addresses historical habitats in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, the need to accelerate efforts to restore habitat across the basin to benefit living resources and directs the Bay Program to implement an integrated and...

Directive 95-1: Local Government Partnership Initiative

Publication date: October 10, 1996 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of local governments' role in the Chesapeake Bay Program within the range of program activities that depend on local action and support.

Directive 97-1: Baywide Nutrient Reduction Progress and Future Directions

Publication date: October 30, 1997 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of the Chesapeake Bay Program's reconfirmation to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus loading to the Bay from controllable sources by 40 percent by 2000, using 1985 as a base year. This directive also outlines systems and measures...

Directive 98-4: Interstate Animal Waste Distribution and Use Technology

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

The Interstate Animal Waste Distribution and Use Technology Directive supports the nutrient reductions goals of the 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement and the opportunity that it provides for all states within the Chesapeake Bay watershed...

Directive 98-3: Accelerating Bay Restoration Through Implementation of Innovative Technologies

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

New and enhanced environmental technologies are critical to reducing pollution releases, lowering compliance costs and improving production efficiency. The Chesapeake Bay Program has encouraged the development and implementation of...

Directive 93-2: Toxics Reduction Strategy Reevaluation

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In January 1989, The Chesapeake Executive Council adopted the Basinwide Toxics Reduction Strategy in fulfillment of the 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement and committed to reevaluate the Strategy of the 1987 Clean Water Act as a foundation...

Directive 98-2: Chesapeake 2000

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Chesapeake 2000 takes stock of the progress made to date in restoring the Chesapeake Bay and renews the Chesapeake Bay Program's commitment to the ultimate goal of restoring the productivity, diversity and abundance of the living...

Directive 04-1: Funding the Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Publication date: January 10, 2005 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In December 2003, the Executive Council directed the Chesapeake Bay Program to establish and convene a Chesapeake Bay Watershed Blue ribbon panel to consider funding sources to implement the tributary strategies basin-wide and to make...

Directive 93-5: Agriculture Nonpoint Source Initiative

Publication date: December 27, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Overview of commitments in the Chesapeake Bay Program to restore and protect the ecological integrity, productivity and beneficial uses of the Chesapeake Bay. Signatories include the states of Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, the...

Directive 04-3: Building New Partnerships and New markets for Agricultural Animal manure and Poultry Litter in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Publication date: January 10, 2005 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Agriculture is a significant source of nutrients entering the Chesapeake Bay, with animal manure and poultry litter contributing about half of the agricultural nutrient load. As animal operations become more concentrated and the acreage...

Directive 04-2: Meeting the Nutrient and Sediment Reduction Goals - Next Steps

Publication date: January 10, 2005 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

This Directive addresses next steps, each of which will advance Tributary Strategy implementation, and identifies measures to implement several Panel recommendations upon which action can be taken quickly.

Directive 97-2: Wetlands Protection and Restoration Goals

Publication date: October 30, 1997 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Both tidal and non-tidal wetlands critical role in the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem, is emphasized in this in this directive and specific actions are recommended to maintain existing wetland and to restore wetland acreage and functions in...

Protecting the Forests of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed - A Response to Directive 06-1

Publication date: December 05, 2007 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In 2006, the Chesapeake Executive Council recognized that retaining, expanding, and sustainably managing forest lands is essential to restoring a healthy Chesapeake Bay by signing Directive 06-01. This implementation document responds...

Directive 98-1: Chesapeake Bay Program Education Initiative

Publication date: December 08, 1998 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

This directive outlines environmental education commitments by the Bay Program, departments of education and interagency education groups in each jurisdiction. These groups will report annually to the Department of Education, and...

Directive 03-02 - Meeting the Nutrient and Sediment Reduction Goals

Publication date: December 09, 2003 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

improving water quality is the most critical element in the overall protection and restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries was the goal of this directive.

Directive 01-1: Managing Storm Water on State, Federal and District-owned Lands and Facilities

Publication date: December 03, 2001 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

Increased population and development within the watershed have created projections regarding urban and suburban growth and the increase of imperviousness in the watershed, managing stormwater runoff is an important activity for reducing...

Directive No. 94-1: Riparian Forest Buffers

Publication date: October 14, 1994 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

We now recognize that forests along waterways, also known as "riparian forests," are an important resource that protects water quality and provides habitat and food necessary to support fish survival and reproduction. Used as buffers,...

Directive No. 03-01: Expanded Riparian Forest Buffer Goals

Publication date: December 08, 2003 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

We, the members of the Chesapeake Executive Council, hereby reaffirm our commitment to restoring the Chesapeake Bay, in part, by protecting and restoring riparian lands along the watershed’s thousands of miles of stream and shoreline.

...

Directive 94-2: Reciprocal Agricultural Certification Program

Publication date: October 14, 1994 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

In 1992, recognizing the significant role that agriculture plays in the Bay's restoration, the Executive Council launched the Agricultural Nonpoint Source Initiative to develop strategies for the agricultural community to reach their...

Directive No. 93-4: Fish Passage Goals

Publication date: December 26, 1993 | Type of document: Directive | Download: Electronic Version

We the undersigned, adopt the Fish Passage Goals Policy in accordance with the Fish Passage Strategy adopted by the Executive Council in January of 1989. The Fish Passage Strategy states that all jurisdictions of the Chesapeake Bay...



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