Spring 2015 | Vol. 41 ; No. 1
2 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
There is a huge job ahead for
Dr. Richard Bruno shares his thoughts
on microbeads, a newly recognized
danger to the Chesapeake Bay and its
rivers and streams.
22 BAY BRIEFS
CBF activities in the Bay states and D.C.
26 OUR GIVING COMMUNITY
CBF salutes the donors who generously
support our clean water work.
Bay bits and pieces.
30 LAST LOOK
CBF seeks a comprehensive solution to
the excess pollution coming from the
PHOTO CREDITS THIS PAGE: DAVE HARP; ISTOCK; NIKKI DAVIS;
ROBERTO WESTBROOK; CBF STAFF
5 Campaigns: Let’s Talk about Agriculture
Despite progress in some areas, the states need to step up
pollution-reduction efforts on agricultural fields in order to
meet the goals of the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint.
12 Blue Catfish: It’s What’s for Dinner
Catching and eating blue catfish in our rivers and the Bay
may help control this invasive species.
15 Bay Fisheries and Climate Change
Being conservative with resources is the best course.
16 People Making a Difference
Extraordinary Bay Savers receive top honors.
18 CBF Leadership
Meet CBF’s incoming board members.
20 CBF’s New Brock Center Wins Top Award
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe recognizes CBF.