WILL SAVING THE BAY BE YOUR LEGACY?
Save the Bay is published three times a year and provided free of charge to CBF members by the Chesapeake Bay
Foundation, 6 Herndon Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21403.
Spring 2012 | Volume 38 • Number 2
Loren Anne Barnett, Editor/Director of Creative Services
Jen Wallace, Managing Editor
© Chesapeake Bay Foundation 2012
888/SAVEBAY • cbf.org
Including CBF in your will can be a convenient way to leave a restored Bay as your lasting legacy.
“Carpe diem,” said Roman poet Horace. Spring has
sprung! Get out and enjoy the beauty and recreation
that our Chesapeake Bay provides.
Osprey have returned (page 14) along with other signs
of hope. Across the watershed, states are moving forward with plans to meet federal pollution limits. Locally,
cities like Baltimore (page 6), student leaders (page
21), and corporate partners (page 27) are doing their
part. Even more hope comes in this tough economic
time from the knowledge that pollution-reduction efforts
will create jobs (page 18).
But remember, Horace also warned that time is fleeting,
“running away from us.” Now is The Moment in Time
(page 2). While many seize the day, some are out to stop
Bay-restoration progress (page 10).
Don’t let this happen. Do your part. Do it today!
Loren Anne Barnett
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contact your financial advisor.
Environmental Awareness Statement
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation saved the following
resources in the production of this publication:
11 tons Trees
233,086 gallons Wastewater
506 million BTUs Total Energy
29,329 pounds Solid Waste
75,763 pounds Greenhouse Gases
Environmental impact estimates were made using the
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The inks used for this publication are based on linseed oil, a renewable
vegetable oil derived from flax and known for low toxicity.
CHESAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION
S. Decker Anstrom
Jane P. Batten
Joanne S. Berkley
Donald F. Boesch, Ph.D.
W. Russell G. Byers, Jr.
John T. Casteen III
Thomas M. Davis III
Richard L. Franyo
G. Waddy Garrett
Janet F. Haas, M.D.
Alan R. Griffith
James E. Rogers
William C. Baker
Fay R. Nance
Mary Tod Winchester
Ann Fritz Hackett
Robert A. Kinsley
Matthew J. Klein
Burks B. Lapham
Byron F. Marchant
H. Turney McKnight
Charles W. Moorman
W. Tayloe Murphy, Jr.
Arnold I. Richman
Marie W. Ridder
Alexis G. Sant
Truman T. Semans
Anne B. Shumadine
Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton
Anthony A. Williams
Susan P. Wilmerding
Peter L. Woicke
Alan C. Wurtzel
D. Keith Campbell
Louisa C. Duemling
C.A. Porter Hopkins
T. Gaylon Layfield III
M. Lee Marston
Wayne A. Mills
Russell C. Scott
Thomas H. Stoner
Aileen Bowdoin Train
See page 20 for information on
incoming and rotating trustees.