The Alliance is pleased to announce the winners of our 2018 Best of the Chesapeake Photo Contest! We received over 100 entries this year, and each image portrayed an important message about the beauty and fragility of the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed – but there were a few that stood out to our judges. Check
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is excited to be partnering with Pomerantz Marketing in 2018 as a part of their Pom in the Community program! President and Strategy Director of Pomerantz Marketing, Kathy Floam-Greenspan, is passionate about her life on the Chesapeake Bay as an Annapolis resident, avid boater and nature lover. By aligning
Press Release Media Contact: Mary-Angela Hardwick Email: email@example.com Office: 443-949-0575 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay Announces New Board Members (April 13, 2018 – Annapolis, MD) The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay announces the election of three new members to its Board of Directors. The newly elected Board members are Shawn Kimbro, Brian
Phragmites is an invasive perennial plant with feathery plumes at the top of tall, stiff stalks. It grows in wetlands, along roadsides and along shorelines throughout the Bay watershed. 1. Clean your hiking and fishing gear While you may just be trying to take a leisurely hike through your nearest trail, or catch
What happens when you put 80 sportsmen and conservation professionals in one room together? Partnership!
The barn at Millport Conservancy as the snow started to fall on December 15, 2017. Photo by Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay/Marissa Spratley On a cold and snowy day at the Millport Conservancy in Lititz, Pennsylvania over 80 sportsmen and conservation professionals alike gathered for a day of information sharing, networking, and brainstorming.
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay has been hard at work in 2017, putting more boots on the ground to clean up rivers and streams across the Chesapeake! Now more than ever before, our mission is so important. But, we need your help to keep our work going! Here are 5 reasons why you should support the
Kate Fritz is no stranger to the issues that face the Chesapeake Bay watershed, having lived in five of the seven Chesapeake Bay jurisdictions. Fritz joins the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay as the new executive director, bringing more than 15 years of experience in scientific data collection, local land use planning, ecological restoration and nonprofit management.
Press Release Media Contact: Marissa Spratley Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: 443-949-0575 PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE USDA NRCS Awarded Over $1.5 Million to Reduce Agricultural Runoff in Pennsylvania Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay awarded funds to partner with local dairy farms Annapolis, MD (October 2nd, 2017) The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Pennsylvania has announced more than $1.5 million for
Media Contact: Marissa Spratley Email: email@example.com Office: 443-949-0575 PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RiverWise Congregations Partnership Receives Funding to Restore a Historic Cemetery Asbury Broadneck UMC to receive much needed stormwater remediation Annapolis, MD (September 25, 2017) The Chesapeake and Coastal Bays Trust Fund of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has awarded over
The Alliance is pleased to announce the winners of our 2017 Best of the Chesapeake photo contest! We received almost 100 entries, and each image was beautiful and portrayed a scene of the Chesapeake in all its unique glory, but there were three photos that stood our to our judges. Check out our three winners below!
Media Contact: Mary-Angela Hardwick Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: 443-949-0575 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay Announces New Executive Director Annapolis, MD. (July 13, 2017) The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, a regional leader in Chesapeake Bay watershed restoration since 1971, announced today that its Board of Directors has selected Kate A. Fritz as
Summerdean, VA: Ease of herd movement is the number one reason Jimmy Callison fenced his cattle away from the river. “It used to take seven or eight people on four-wheelers and horses to get all these cows to the barn. Now, we can do that with just two people,” said Callison, a full-time farmer in