Chesapeake Bay Foundation
No one thing has left the Chesapeake Bay struggling—so now, more things are about to be taken on.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation says more friend-of-the-court briefs have been filed in support of a massive restoration of the estuary.
With some in the state legislature moving to repeal the so-called “rain tax,” those in favor of keeping it promise a fight.
People just like you are helping to make Baltimore more “green”. Here are a few people leading the green movement in our city.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation has filed to intervene in the relicensing of the hydropower facility at the Conowingo Dam.
A new state rule requires all Maryland high school graduates to be environmentally literate—but first, teachers have to get up to speed.
Washington, D.C., and states within the Chesapeake Bay watershed are making progress to reduce pollution flowing into the hobbled estuary but none is on track to meet cleanup commitments set this year, an analysis by environmental groups concludes.
Health problems suffered by smallmouth bass in the lower Susquehanna show the river should be declared impaired, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation said Thursday.
Gwen Globus hurried from a large, black container to a nearby bucket of water, carefully placing live oysters from the container into the bucket.
Environmental groups are splitting over a bill designed to give farmers more certainty about how Chesapeake Bay restoration regulations will affect them.
Making money off that empty beer can or soda bottle. That’s the incentive backers of a nickel deposit bill hope will pay off in a new state law and a cleaner Maryland.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation says a bill passed by House Republicans in Washington is an election year move that could threaten bay restoration efforts.