Large Landscape Conservation Workshop March 2013
On March 26 2013, conservation leaders from across the Chesapeake Bay watershed attended a webinar to share their progress since the August 2012 Large Landscape Workshop. Click here to see the powerpoints that were presented - ranging from State conservation funding and priorities, to national level funding and programs, to non-profit innovations and projects
Did You Know?
The water in the Chesapeake Bay is surprisingly shallow. Although the Bay covers a large surface area, its average depth, including all tidal tributaries, is about 21 feet. In fact, a person who is six feet tall could wade through over 700,000 acres of the Bay and never get his or her hat wet.