About Ted Wolfe

Ted is the Alliance's Maryland Program Coordinator. He coordinates our annual Project Clean Stream and seasonal tree plantings, and manages the Chesapeake Network.

More Than Just A Stream Cleanup

  Alliance staff gather in Eastport, Annapolis after a local trash cleanup. Every year between March and the first week of June, tens of thousands of volunteers come together to clean up their local communities as a part of the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s Project Clean Stream (PCS) —the largest trash cleanup

Alliance’s Howard County READY Program Wins Melanie Teems Award

Left to right: Al Todd (Alliance Executive Director), Lori Lilly (Howard EcoWorks Director), Ted Wolf (READY Program Assistant), and Lou Etgen (Maryland State Director) accept award The Alliance's Howard County READY (Restoring the Environment and Developing Youth) Program, founded in partnership with People Acting Together in Howard (PATH) and Howard County, and now managed

RiverWise Congregations Comes to A Close

In January of 2013 the Alliance and it’s partners put their brains together to come up with the concept for RiverWise Congregations. Over the next year, with the Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake (IPC), Anne Arundel Watershed Stewards Academy (AAWSA), Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR), and the Chesapeake Bay Trust (CBT), planning commenced for plantings

Wrapping Up Trees for Sacred Places Planting Season

The Maryland Office wrapped up its Trees for Sacred Places planting season this November. Throughout this past Fall, 737 native trees were planted at 16 Houses of Worship and hundreds of volunteers were engaged at educational workshops. The Trees for Sacred Places program was started over 3 years ago, and has planted 11,941 trees across the state of

Project Clean Stream 2016 Results Show Best Year Ever!

Project Clean Stream 2016 Results Show Best Year Ever! Largest number of volunteers and biggest Chesapeake impact since 2002 launch Project Clean Stream volunteers hold bags of trash collected at cleanup event. Download the full press release (.pdf)   Annapolis, MD (June 10, 2016) The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay

Working to Build a Watershed of Environmental Stewards

The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s Project Clean Stream returns on April 2nd to kick off its 13th year of helping residents across the Chesapeake watershed become stewards of their local streams and rivers. What began Baltimore in 2002 as a small local stream cleanup, Project Clean Stream has grown into the largest regional

Leap Day for the Bay

This Leap Day support the expansion of Project Clean Stream with a small donation of $2.29! Spring is approaching (we promise!). You are sure to spend more time outside enjoying the great outdoors. Help make it a more beautiful and blooming environment by supporting Project Clean Stream! Donate Now – $2.29, $22.90…help us

Project Clean Stream 2016

Join us this Spring! Sign up to Volunteer! The Alliance and Moms Organic Market volunteers in 2015. Local streams and woodlands receive a clean start every spring as thousands of volunteers come out for Project Clean Stream, one of the largest cleanup events in the Chesapeake Bay region. Every year, the Project Clean Stream

Project Clean Stream, Breaking Barriers and Engaging Communities

This spring the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay held its 12th annual Project Clean Stream bringing together communities and watershed organizations for stream and neighborhood cleanups throughout the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Project Clean Stream is an annual stream cleanup that gets volunteers involved with their local neighborhood and the environment and builds personal stewardship

Reducing Common Litter with Ashtrays

The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and Annapolis Green were awarded a grant from Keep America Beautiful this spring to work to decrease cigarette litter throughout Annapolis. Working through the Alliance’s Project Clean Stream scope to decrease litter throughout the Chesapeake Bay, this grant will help install 7 cigarette receptacles and start a research

Trees for Sacred Places Finishes 2014 Strong!

The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay (Alliance) and the Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake (IPC) have hit a new milestone with their Trees for Sacred Places Project (formerly 10,000 Trees)! Throughout 2014, 36 congregations have planted 1200 native trees, making the total count for the project 1,700 new native trees planted at 40 congregations!

RiverWise Congregations Volunteer Planting Days

Monday, October 13, 2014 from 1pm – 4pm Cecil Memorial United Methodist Church 15 Parole Street, Annapolis, MD 21401   Monday, October 27, 2014 from 1pm – 4pm Mount Olive AME Church 2 Hicks Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21401 The RiverWise Congregations partnership will come together to celebrate the completion of two stormwater