What do healthy forests look like, and why are they so important to the Chesapeake Bay?

Healthy forests clean our air and water, support industries and economies, and provide us with a place to relax. Craig Highfield, Forestry for the Bay Program Manager, explains how a healthy forest works and why they are so important to the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

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Matt Rath
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"A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin

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Jack Donaldson

I find it interesting that forests do so much for us. I do not commonly associate healthy forests with cleaning my drinking water.

Kim Sonderegger

I have many questions about the ecology of the area and appreciate this introductory video.

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