- Water Quality in Chesapeake Bay Approaches Record High
- Groundbreaking Survey Reveals Extent of Stewardship Actions and Attitudes in Chesapeake Bay Region
- NFWF Announces More Than $12.6 Million in Grants from the Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund
- 2017 Blue Crab Advisory Report Released
- Chesapeake Executive Council Signs Resolution in Support of Chesapeake Bay Program Partnership
- 24 New Public Access Sites Open in Chesapeake Bay Watershed
- Rise in Chesapeake Bay Underwater Grasses for Fourth Year in a Row
- Progress on Oyster Restoration in Maryland, Virginia
- Chesapeake Bay Program Commits to Increasing Diversity
- Bay Barometer Notes Measured Progress in Health of Chesapeake Bay
2017 Media Advisories
January 30, 2017
Bay Barometer Media Call
The Chesapeake Bay Program will release its annual, science-based snapshot of the nation’s largest estuary, the Bay Barometer: Health and Restoration in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed (2015 – 16) on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. ET. Subject matter experts will be on hand to answer any questions regarding the most recent scientific data on the health of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, including its rivers, fisheries and habitats.
The leaders of the Chesapeake Bay Program, Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science will provide statements on the progress toward restoring the Chesapeake Bay.
Press release will be available by 9:00 a.m. ET on February 1
WHO: Nick DiPasquale, Director, Chesapeake Bay Program
William C. Baker, President, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Dr. Don Boesch, President, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
WHEN: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. ET
WHERE: Conference call. Dial: 866-299-3188 Enter Code: 4102675731
MEDIA RSVP: Rachel Felver, Chesapeake Bay Program Director of Communications, (410) 267-5740, firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos: Images from around the Bay watershed, including crabs, oysters, forest buffers, wetlands and more.
RSS: Feed of recent press releases.