About Corinne Stephens

Corinne manages our Businesses for the Bay program, which encourages businesses to take measurable and voluntary action to improve the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay Recognizes 8 Lockheed Martin Facilities as Businesses For The Bay Members

The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is excited to recognize eight Lockheed Martin facilities throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed as Businesses for the Bay (B4B) Members! Lockheed Martin is the only company with multiple B4B Members. In addition, the Lockheed Martin – Owego, NY facility is the first B4B Member in New York! The Alliance recognizes the corporation

Businesses step up to help the Chesapeake

  Lots of indicators of water quality and habitat show that progress is slowly being made to restore the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed. Ultimately, we would probably all agree that it will take commitment from all segments of society and a broad base of participation to be successful in reaching our goals in the

Alliance Recognizes Tradepoint Atlantic As Businesses For The Bay Gold Member

(Annapolis, MD – August 15, 2016) – The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay recognizes Tradepoint Atlantic, a 3,100-acre multimodal industrial site located at Sparrows Point as a Businesses for the Bay Gold Member. Tradepoint Atlantic joins a growing partnership of large and small businesses in the Chesapeake Bay watershed that are undertaking voluntary actions to improve

2016 Chesapeake Business Forum

Gather with other regional business leaders, from organizations both large and small, to share environmental challenges and successes, learn more about environmental sustainability goals, identify needs, develop sustainable solutions that support the protection of local rivers and streams, and learn more about the Businesses for the Bay membership association. Engage with business, non-profit, and government leaders and network

It’s everyone’s business to help restore the Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay’s health is inextricably linked to our own, and our collective impact on the land and streams of the Bay’s watershed has been tremendous.   We can try to point our fingers at one segment of society or another but the difficult truth is, if we live and do

Chesapeake Business Forum – May 24

Linking Businesses And The Chesapeake Bay May 24, 2016 2:30pm – 5:30pm   Lowes Annapolis Hotel 126 West St. Annapolis, MD   Gather with other business leaders in the region to share environmental challenges and successes, develop sustainable solutions that support Chesapeake Bay restoration, identify needs, and learn about Businesses for the Bay.   Engage with

Businesses for the Bay Lunch And Learn Webinar

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at noon Online webinar Register Online Do you own or work for a business in the Chesapeake Bay watershed? Do you love the Bay and its creeks, rivers, and streams? Do you just want to learn more about Businesses for the Bay?   Join Corinne Stephens,

New Businesses for the Bay Partnership Launched!

Businesses can have a big impact on water quality and public health. Here, employees pick up trash during Project Clean Stream. Photo courtesy: Bill&Debbie/flickr Membership and Sponsorship Now Open to All in Chesapeake Region’s Business Community Read full press release: Alliance Launches New Businesses for the Bay Partnership (.pdf) (Annapolis, MD –

2015 Chesapeake Business Forum: Linking Businesses to the Chesapeake Bay

Click here: For more information about Businesses for the Bay The 2015 Chesapeake Business Forum:  November 10, 2015 at the Bond Street Wharf Building in Baltimore, Maryland.   Gather with other business leaders, from organizations both large and small, to network and learn more about environmental sustainability goals, challenges and