Get your group involved in cleaning up the Bay in your own backyard.
In Annapolis, Md. Volunteers and members of St. Martin’s Lutheran Church worked to plant their first rain garden of the year. They obtained a grant from the Spa Conservancy that will allow them to plan several more around their property and help control the stormwater runoff coming from the buildings.
- Produced by Matt Rath
Tracking the health of Baltimore’s hidden streams
Blue Water Baltimore tracks the health of waterways impacted by polluted runoff and aging infrastructure
From the Field: Building rain gardens with youth in Howard County, Md.
READY program gives green jobs to young adults and helps meet stormwater regulations to clean up the Bay
From the Field: Monitoring water quality in the Chesapeake Bay
Scientists track nutrient pollution to determine the health of the Chesapeake Bay.