Businesses for the Bay Announces 21 Founding Members

Annapolis, MD (June 8, 2016) The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay announces recognition of the twenty-one Businesses for the Bay Founding Members. Through its Businesses for the Bay program, the Alliance helps businesses, both large and small, throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed to support the environment by taking voluntarily and measurable actions to improve

It’s everyone’s business to help restore the Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay’s health is inextricably linked to our own, and our collective impact on the land and streams of the Bay’s watershed has been tremendous.   We can try to point our fingers at one segment of society or another but the difficult truth is, if we live and do

Chesapeake Business Forum – May 24

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

Businesses for the Bay Lunch And Learn Webinar

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at noon Online webinar Register Online Do you own or work for a business in the Chesapeake Bay watershed? Do you love the Bay and its creeks, rivers, and streams? Do you just want to learn more about Businesses for the Bay?   Join Corinne Stephens,

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

A New Initiative for Businesses

Dominion employees after volunteering at a Project Clean Stream site. Everyone has a role to play in Bay restoration, especially the business community. While many businesses are keenly focused on their sustainability efforts, some businesses in the watershed are beginning to expand their role in supporting Chesapeake Bay restoration. To make the connection

New Businesses for the Bay Partnership Launched!

Businesses can have a big impact on water quality and public health. Here, employees pick up trash during Project Clean Stream. Photo courtesy: Bill&Debbie/flickr Membership and Sponsorship Now Open to All in Chesapeake Region’s Business Community Read full press release: Alliance Launches New Businesses for the Bay Partnership (.pdf) (Annapolis, MD –

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

Renewed Commitment to Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring in Virginia

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

2015 Chesapeake Bay Business Forum Kicks off New Businesses for the Bay

Business leaders from the Chesapeake region gather to rally support for Bay restoration (Annapolis, MD – November 11, 2015) – Regional business leaders gathered yesterday for the 2015 Chesapeake Bay Business Forum in Baltimore, Maryland, to rally business and support for Bay restoration.   The day-long Forum, sponsored by the Alliance for the

2015 Chesapeake Business Forum in Baltimore on November 10th

The Alliance hosted the 2015 Chesapeake Business Forum on November 10, 2015 at the Bond Street Wharf Building in Baltimore, Maryland.   The Forum brought together business leaders, from organizations both large and small, to network and learn more about environmental sustainability goals, challenges and successes, identify needs, develop sustainable solutions, and

2015 Chesapeake Business Forum: Linking Businesses to the Chesapeake Bay

Click here: For more information about Businesses for the Bay The 2015 Chesapeake Business Forum:  November 10, 2015 at the Bond Street Wharf Building in Baltimore, Maryland.   Gather with other business leaders, from organizations both large and small, to network and learn more about environmental sustainability goals, challenges and