Forum attendees share a discussion on forest management strategies with the Alliance’s Chesapeake Forest team. On Friday, April 1st at 2 pm the Annapolis Film Festival will roll out a Chesapeake red carpet for the 4th annual Environmental Showcase. The Alliance is supporting as a partner the fourth annual Annapolis Film
Friday, April 1st 2:00pm to 5:00pm St. Anne’s Parish House 199 Duke of Gloucester Street Annapolis, Maryland Don’t miss out! The Alliance is supporting as a partner the fourth annual Annapolis Film Festival’s Environmental Showcase that will be held on Friday, April 1 from 2:00 pm- 5:00 pm at St.
More vibrant communities with beautiful green infrastructure and “green” summer jobs for youth is the vision of the Alliance newest program in Pennsylvania. Alliance staff have started planning READY (Restoring the Environment and Developing Youth) in Lancaster City with a strong network of city organizations. The goal is to have an implementation plan completed by
Trees for Sacred Places partnership helps faith communities take environmental action Church members planting at All Saints Lutheran Church (January 19, 2016- Annapolis, MD) The Trees for Sacred Places Program, a partnership between the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay (Alliance) and Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake (IPC), is a unique program
Photo courtesy of Chesapeake Bay Program The Chesapeake Bay Program’s Diversity Action Team is partnering with the Audubon Naturalist Society for a special event titled Taking Nature Black. The event will be held on Saturday, February 20, 2016 at the Woodend Nature Sanctuary in Chevy Chase, Maryland. It will include a Green Jobs Fair from 9 am to noon. Job fair employer
Dr. Robert Paul, Professor of Biology at St. Mary’s College of Maryland named (January 4, 2016 – Annapolis, MD) The Board of Directors of the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay has elected Dr. Robert W. Paul, professor of biology at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, as its new board chair. Paul will serve as
The Greening Virginia’s Capitol project, funded by National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, is complete! Several low impact development practices have been installed to help filter and reduce stormwater runoff, thus reducing the amount of pollutants that are reaching the James River. To celebrate the project completion, we held a media tour on August
How do we relate the importance of our environment to our daily actions? Are we teaching our children how to think about how their daily actions relate to the health of our land and waters? Do we know what impact we have on stimulating environmental awareness in children? Are we raising children
The next phase of the Greening Virginia’s Capitol is about to begin! The Alliance has partnered with the City of Richmond, 3North, Waterstreet Studio, and Capitol Trees to complete design and begin implementation of Richmond’s first green corridor on 10th Street. This urban greenway, dubbed the Jefferson Greenway, will be constructed using green infrastructure
A new MCCC report says climate change will lead to more severe storms in Maryland, along with rising sea levels and increased temperatures. With the Climate Change Conference just ending in the Paris Agreement on Tuesday (Dec 15), climate change has been at the forefront of everyone’s news feeds once again. It’s easy to
Taste of the Chesapeake 2016 Please Join Us! The Taste of the Chesapeake, our annual fundraising gala and celebration of our environmental leadership award winners, will be held on Thursday, September 15, 2016 (5:30-9:00p.m.) in Annapolis, Maryland at the Rooftop Conference Center in the Belcher Pavilion of the Anne Arundel Medical Center.
On November 18th, leaders from Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, Izaak Walton League of America, Virginia Citizens for Water Quality, and Virginia Water Monitoring Council, and the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay renewed a long-standing commitment to partnering to give citizens the tools and trainings needed