Oysters are a delicacy of the Chesapeake Bay region. Locals eat them raw, steamed, fried, grilled, baked, in casseroles, soups, stews, bisques, and even in drinks. While the bivalves can be eaten year round, they are the best in the colder months of September through April because during the warmer months oysters tend to be
The Alliance is proud to be a partner in BWISE (Bay Watershed in Science Education)! In addition to training teachers this summer in MWEE (Meaningful Watershed Education Experience), the program recently connected students with Virginia Public Media and Light House Studio to create their own videos.
Media Contact: Marissa Spratley Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: 443-949-0575 Cell: 410-718-2728 PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay presents “Crab Cake Week” in Richmond, VA Over 30 restaurants participating from June 1st - June 9th Crab Cake Week poster for Richmond, VA Richmond, VA (May, 10 2019) The Alliance for the
To celebrate Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week this year, the Alliance is launching a new initiative in Richmond, VA. During the 1st week of June 2019 (June 1st - 9th), we will be presenting the city's first ever Crab Cake Week with 30 restaurants participating.
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Capital Region Council of Governments, and Environmental Finance Center will offer a workshop titled Strategies for Financing your Stormwater Program in Dauphin County, PA. The workshop is geared towards MS4 managers, municipal staff, engineers, elected officials, and anyone else working in stormwater. Presentations will include an introduction to stormwater
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
Tuesday, June 14th 5-8 p.m. Hampden Park 5002 Hampden Park Drive, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay will co-host the Hampden Township Watershed Festival, a FREE, family-friendly event celebrating the Yellow Breeches and Conodoguinet Creeks. Activities include interactive watershed models, a rain barrel display, an environmental trivia hunt, door prizes,
Image courtesy of Arthur Kay. The next free rain garden training for local landscape contractors will be held on Wednesday, June 8, and Thursday, June 9, 2016. (In the event of inclement weather, the rain date for the field session is Tuesday, June 14th). Who is eligible to attend? Everyone. You do not need previous experience
Alliance Members! Join the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay on a FREE Members Only tour of DC Water’s Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant, the largest of its kind in the world! Learn how Blue Plains has paved the way in wastewater treatment during an interactive driving tour on June
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
Wednesday May 4th Doors Open at 6:00pm Film starts at 7:00pm St. Margaret’s Fellowship Hall 1601 Pleasant Plains Road Annapolis, Maryland Parking Available FREE Admission, Donations at the door much appreciated. Click here to RSVP for event The Alliance in partnership with the Bay Journal
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay will be sponsoring the African American Health Program (AAHP) Community Day on April 16th, 2016. The event is free and open to individuals and families of all ages. Attendees will experience the “Taste of Nutrition,” energizing group fitness activities, and health screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes,