We strive for clean streams and rivers flowing through resilient landscapes, cared for by the people who live, work, and play in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Trees planted along local streams and rivers
Worth of stormwater management practices installed
Acres of conservation practices installed on farms
Citizen scientists learned how to monitor water quality
Join the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and DC Department of Energy and Environment for their bi-annual Rain Barrel Training on Tuesday, April 27 from 1 – 3:30pm. Read More >
Functional Landscape Design presented by Diane Oleson | This presentation discusses our current landscaping practices and is a case study of practices adopted in a traditional suburban yard. Read More >
Replacing the “Dirty Dozen” presented by Connie Schmotzer | Some of our most popular garden plants have gone rogue and now threaten our natural biodiversity. We’ll look at the “Dirty Dozen”-the most egregious of these invaders-and talk about some great replacements for the garden. Read More >
Stormwater-The Issue and Solutions for Your Home presented by Jodi Sulpizio | Participants will be introduced to the issue and best management practices that can be implemented on your property to decrease the negative impacts stormwater has on our waterways. Read More >
The Alliance brings together communities, companies, and conservationists to improve our lands and waters.
For our forests. For our streams. For our future.