Fall 2013 | Vol. 39 ; No. 3
5 Status Report: The Blueprint
CBF’s campaign focuses on agriculture and polluted runoff.
8 Lag Time
When will we see more progress?
The Bay Program’s 2013 Bay Barometer
Indicators continue to reflect the reality of an impaired Bay.
The Conowingo Dam
CBF seeks a comprehensive solution.
Easton, Oxford, and St. Michaels
Talbot County offers three ways to celebrate the Bay.
A southern species is making waves in the Chesapeake.
CBF Celebrates a Tradition of Education
This year marks several milestone anniversaries for
some of CBF’s signature education programs.
2 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
Time to fight outrageous rhetoric with
19 LITIGATION UPDATE
Using the courts to reduce pollution and
protect Critical Areas.
22 BAY BRIEFS
CBF activities in the Bay states and D.C.
26 OUR GIVING COMMUNITY
CBF salutes the donors who make our
Bay-saving work possible.
Bay bits and pieces.
30 LAST LOOK
A garden of black roses grows in a
PHOTO CREDITS THIS PAGE: CHESAPEAKE BAY MARITIME MUSEUM,
JOHNNY PINE, ELIOT MALUMUTH, ISTOCK, CBF STAFF