Chesapeake Bay Trust
Public works officials say the Prettyboy Watershed Alliance has received two grants that will provide trees to be planted at the reservoir.
Living shoreline programs in Maryland and Virginia that protect waterfront areas from erosion using natural methods are getting more than $800,000 in funding.
When Mary Tod Winchester was a young mom looking to do volunteer work, she was drawn in by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s blue-and-white “Save the Bay” bumper stickers.
Ten Maryland towns are receiving the first “Green Streets” grants, which support local efforts to reduce urban stormwater runoff.