The Chesapeake Bay Program leads the restoration effort through science and partnership
What does it take to restore a 64,000-square-mile watershed? Staff from the Chesapeake Bay Program as well as residents of the Chesapeake Bay watershed chronicle the partnership effort to restore the Chesapeake Bay as well as the lands and rivers that feed into it.
- Produced by Will Parson
- Music/Audio: Blue Dot Sessions via FreeMusicArchive.org
- Special thanks to Sarah Anderson, Marcus Asante, Nancy Baker, Rich Batiuk, Carin Bisland, Rev. Johnny Calhoun, Fran Flanigan, Ida Hall, Jeni Keisman, Tyrone Meredith, Scott Phillips, Rocky Rice, Jonathan Quinn and Nan Zamorski
Bay 101: Bay Grasses
What are underwater grasses, and how are they integral to the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem?
Bringing up baby oysters
The oyster hatchery at Horn Point laboratory churns out billions of the water-filtering shellfish
Signs of Resilience in the Chesapeake Bay
Explore progress in the Chesapeake Bay restoration effort