Winter 2011 Vol. 37 ● No. 1
6 Tangier Island
Explore the richness and challenges of life on this
The Bay’s New Pollution Diet
We’re hopeful, but we will remain vigilant.
CBF’s 2010 State of the Bay
Our report uncovers some encouraging signs of improvement.
Invasive species: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Pasture-feeding dairy cows is better for the Bay and the
farmer’s bottom line.
The Economic Case for Cleaning the Bay
Saving the Bay is worth the investment.
CBF honors incoming and rotating board members.
2 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
What will 2011 bring for the Bay?
Our readers weigh in.
Teacher Ophelia Barizo nurtures her
ninth-grade students’ potential to
become future leaders with the passion
to save the Bay.
22 BAY BRIEFS
CBF activities in the Bay states and D.C.
26 OUR GIVING COMMUNITY
The Susquehanna Watershed Education
Program at 20 and an Annapolis family’s
Maryland oysterman Johnny Shockley
creates a promising future in aquaculture.
Bay bits and pieces.
30 LAST LOOK
West Virginia coal miner Richard White
knows first hand why we should be
investing more seriously in clean energy.
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