The Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail works through a growing number of partnerships with museums, parks, wildlife refuges, water and land trails that rely on volunteer help to maintain and restore the natural, cultural, and recreational resources that characterize the Bay.Join Others in Restoring the Chesapeake Bay
The Bay's future depends on the actions of every person who lives, works and plays in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Simple changes in how we treat our backyards and public spaces can improve the quality of the Bay and its rivers now and for future generations.
Did You Know?
The low point in the War of 1812 for the United States was undoubtedly the British occupation of Washington in August of 1814. Neither Secretary of War John Armstrong nor any other high official in the government thought the capital was in jeopardy because it had no real strategic value.