Browse our collection of videos to learn about everything from blue crabs and oysters to hands-on science and restoration projects.

  • A Walk for the Water

    Indigenous women walk for the spirit and health of the Potomac River

  • At home, on the water in Baltimore

    Roughly 500 Baltimore eighth graders paddle the Patapsco River—many for the first time—in the Kids and Kayaks program.

  • Bay 101: Agriculture

    Learn about some of the conservation practices that farmers are using in the Chesapeake Bay region

  • Bay 101: Air Pollution

    What causes air pollution, and how do airborne pollutants affect the health of the Bay?

  • Bay 101: Algae Blooms

    What is an algae bloom, how does it form and how can it impact the health of the Bay?

  • Bay 101: American Shad

    What role do American shad play in the Bay's ecosystem, and how are experts working to restore them?

  • Bay 101: Bay Grasses

    What are underwater grasses, and how are they integral to the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem?

  • Bay 101: Blue Crabs

    What role do blue crabs play in the culture, economy and ecosystem of the Chesapeake Bay?

  • Bay 101: Conowingo Dam

    How does the Conowingo Dam capture sediment, and what will happen once the reservoir is full?