Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Funds will provide cost-share dollars for dairy farmers and launch a new lawn conversion program Lancaster, PA (October 10, 2019) The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay (Alliance) recently received two $200,000 grants from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to support two separate conservation programs in the Mid-Atlantic region. The
The Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer. About the Alliance: The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay (Alliance) is a regional nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring together communities, companies, and conservationists to restore the lands and waters of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. In partnership, the Alliance implements programs that connect people to their local
On Friday, September 20th the Alliance hosted our 3rd annual Sportsmen's Forum at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area outside of Lancaster, PA. It was a successful day full of presentations and discussions from both conservationists and sportsmen and women. The day even included a much needed ice cream break thanks to Turkey Hill Dairy! Presentations
Correctional Conservation Collaborative Trains New Generation of Riparian Forest Buffer Professionals
Participants in the Riparian Forest Buffer Vocational Training hear about the finer points of buffer maintenance from Trevor Weaver (right), Watershed Specialist for the Mifflin County Conservation District and Ryan Davis (left), PA Forest Program Manager for the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay. Photo by Shea Zwerver On a sweltering July afternoon, a
The Alliance's RiverSmart Homes Program Assistant, Queen Richardson, spoke at the annual Chesapeake Executive Council meeting in September about her experience with green jobs programs in the District, and how it helped launch her into her career working toward a healthy Chesapeake watershed. You can read the speech she
Dennis Chestnut has been a Board Member of the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay since 2015 and championed enacting a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Resolution that was adopted by the Board in January of 2017. He has also steered the Board's DEI Committee, liaised with staff about staff-led DEI efforts, and traveled across the
Pennsylvania State Director Honored by Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences As Outstanding Recent Alumnae
Photo by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay's Pennsylvania State Director, Jenna Mitchell, was recently selected as one of five to be honored with Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences 2019 Outstanding Alumni Awards. The awards recognize the alumni for their achievements and provide opportunities for recipients to interact
During September, the Alliance hosted two green infrastructure trainings taught entirely in Spanish. Through key partnerships with DC’s Department of Energy and the Environment and the non-profit EcoLatinos, participants at both the rain barrel and rain garden trainings were able to leave with increased stormwater knowledge, technical know-how for the successful installation of stormwater best
Luck Companies newly released Impact Report highlights their vision to positively impact the people and communities they serve and their dedication to improving the environment.
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.
The Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Position Announcement: Finance Assistant About the Alliance: The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay (Alliance) is a regional nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring together individuals, organizations, businesses, and governments to find collaborative solutions, to build a strong commitment to stewardship, and to deliver innovative, broadly-supported programs that
Photo by Stephen Buchanan An excerpt from What's Up? Annapolis TOWNE SALUTE: Jenn Troy By Caley Breese Having grown up in a family dedicated to helping the environment, it makes sense that Jenn Troy has always felt drawn to organizations dedicated to the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed. Troy’s father, Colby Rucker, owned