Volunteers Invited To Help Grow Oysters In Baltimore HarborThe Great Baltimore Oyster Partnership has set its sights on an ambitious goal of growing over a quarter million oysters in Baltimore’s harbor over the next 10 months.
Towson High School Student Organizes Music Festival Fundraiser For The Chesapeake Bay FoundationA junior at Towson High School found a way to connect his two passions, music and the Chesapeake Bay, by organizing a free music festival in Baltimore that will double as a fundraiser for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. 
New Cranes For Port Of Baltimore Halt Traffic On Chesapeake Bay & Key Bridges ThursdayNew cranes for the Port of Baltimore halted traffic on land and in the bay Thursday. 
Group Cites Chemical Concerns At Military Sites Near Chesapeake BayThe group says it’s the first time an analysis of the concerns has been conducted publicly at military sites across the nation’s largest estuary.
Bottlenose Dolphins Spotted In Choptank RiverThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources shared that they spotted a few bottlenose dolphins south of Cambridge on Monday!
Celebrate National Lighthouse Day With Tour Of Historic Maryland StructuresSaturday is National Lighthouse Day, but any day can be spent exploring Maryland's dozen historic beacons of local rivers and the Chesapeake Bay.
Father-Son Duo Completes Grueling Kayak Journey Down The Chesapeake BayA father-son duo just completed a 200-mile journey down the Chesapeake Bay, all to raise money for a good cause.
Father-Son Duo Hearly And Andreas Mayr Complete Chesapeake Bay Kayak Trip For Hunger Relief
Chesapeake Bay Underwater Grasses Decreased Last Year, Survey FindsIn 2020, the abundance of underwater grasses in the Chesapeake Bay dropped for a second straight year, according to the Chesapeake Bay Program.
Maryland Office Of Tourism Offering Training To Water-Based Business Owners On Chesapeake Bay EducationIn an effort to keep the Chesapeake Bay healthy, the Maryland Office of Tourism and National Park Service is training water-based business owners on how to educate their customers on the Importance of this natural resource.
Father & Son Duo Start 200-Mile Kayak Journey Down Chesapeake BayA father and his son are taking on a 200-mile kayak journey down the Chesapeake Bay to raise money for families who’ve been hit hard by the pandemic.