Volunteers plant saplings along a creek to help reduce polluted runoff from making its way to the water.
2: 30 PM Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: A group of teachers ay good-bye to the Susquehanna Watershed
Education Program educators with whom they
spent the day, learning first-hand about their local
river and streams and what they can do to bring
that knowledge into their classrooms.
4:00 PM Annapolis, Maryland: CBF’s Litigation Team discusses possible strategies for defending the Chesapeake
Clean Water Blueprint in front of the U.S. Supreme
Court should the court choose to take the case.
5:00 PM York County, Pennsylvania: Volunteers end a day of knocking on more than 700 doors talking to
county residents about their rivers and streams
and asking them to sign the Clean Water Counts:
York petition, which CBF will deliver to Governor
Wolf, urging him to make clean water a priority.
7:00 PM Virginia Beach, Virginia: Hampton Roads Grassroots Coordinator Tanner Council conducts a three-hour
VoiCeS, or Volunteers as Chesapeake Stewards, training
session. The program meets for seven weeks of in-depth
education by local experts covering many Bay topics:
wildlife, habitat, fisheries, pollution, economics, and how
volunteers can help Bay restoration in their communities.
Through hands-on activities, teacherslearn how to incorporate water-qualityissues into their classrooms.
KARL WILLEY/CBF STAFF