I set out to walk the trail and immediately understood the raves. Tall trees, winter ground carpeted with dry leaves, bridges over the golden grasses of the marsh, and quiet.
In colder months, a different breed of visitor flocks to the Chesapeake Bay. Migratory birds use the Bay as a pit stop, and some make its waters their winter home. 
A two-hour tour with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's educators brought important environmental facts from my head to my heart.
My experience with Sultana Education Foundation was an opportunity to give back in hopes of cultivating future stewards of the Chesapeake.
Did you ever wonder how fish species are impacted by warming Chesapeake Bay water temperatures due to the climate crisis?
A conversation with Maryland State Senator Sarah Elfreth about three environmental bills she sponsored during the 2023 legislative session.
Blue catfish populations in the Chesapeake Bay grow uncontrolled because they have few predators, eat almost anything, and have high reproduction rates.
For nine years, Baltimore's tributaries have been cleaned by a suite of four river-cleaning machines, known as the Trash Wheel Family. ~By Pamela Tenner Kellett
IMET  is a research institute composed of 22 faculty-run laboratories, each focusing on a different topic including harmful algal blooms, water quality, sustainable aquaculture,...