Alliance for The Chesapeake Bay

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Alliance for The Chesapeake Bay
Alliance for The Chesapeake Bay is listed in the Freight Agents & Brokers category in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Alliance for The Chesapeake Bay which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Alliance for The Chesapeake Bay on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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3310 Market St
Camp Hill, PA 17011
(717) 737-8622

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This region's woodlands have always afforded us a wealth of services from filtering our water and air to providing wildlife habitat to supplying products. For thousands of years they have endured natural disturbances like fires, storms and pests only to remerge with vigor and diversity. However, new human induced disturbances like sprawling development and pollution are stressing our remaining woodlands, causing them to become less resilient and less able to provide their invaluable services. Click below to learn what you can do!
The goal of the Forests for the Bay is to educate landowners about the connection between healthy woodlands & clean water and that the healthiest woods are managed. The number of private woodland owners in this region is increasing rapidly as forestry budgets to address their needs are shrinking. Fo...

Join the Alliance and the Prettyboy Watershed Alliance on June 29th in Parkton, MD for a Pollinator Garden and Habitat Workshop! Visit a local pollinator garden and find resources and valuable information to create this habitat in your yard. The workshop is FREE, but pre-register now to reserve your spot!
Join the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and our partner the Prettyboy Watershed Alliance for a Pollinator Garden and Habitat Workshop. Visit a local pollinator garden and find resources and valuable information to create this habitat in your yard. Native plant gardens conserve water and provide hab...

Pet waste is one of the many contributors of stormwater pollution that can degrade water quality. During rainfall, pet waste left on lawns, beaches, trails, and sidewalks washes into storm drains or into water bodies. The waste and the pathogens it contains end up flowing directly into streams, lakes and the Chesapeake Bay where they can harm human health and the environment. It has been estimated that a single gram of dog waste can contain 23 million fecal coliform bacteria, which are known to cause cramps, diarrhea, intestinal illness, and serious kidney disorders in humans. Picking up after your pet is a simple thing you can do to help keep bacteria out of your local waterways! #ReduceYourRunoff

Happy Summer Solstice! Are you spending the evening outside to celebrate the summer? If so, don't forget to take your camera with you so you can capture some candid photos of our beautiful Chesapeake lands and waters! The Alliance's Best of the Chesapeake Photo Contest will be accepting photo entries until August 8th! Submit your favorite Chesapeake photos now for a chance to win a CASH PRIZE!
Alliance "Best of the Chesapeake" Photo Contest The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay has many opportunities for you to get involved in helping to restore and protect the lands, rivers, and streams of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. We provide community members with volunteer opportunities through our

Roads, parking lots, sidewalks, and driveways are a critical part of our transportation system. Materials like asphalt and concrete are ubiquitous in urban areas, but they stop the natural filter process for stormwater runoff by covering the ground with an impervious surface that cannot absorb water. More pavement instead of vegetation means that the land transforms from a filter into a funnel. Rainwater, which would naturally soak through the soil, must go with the flow into a storm drain. This water is full of pollutants like oil, fertilizer, salt, and sediment- exactly what we don’t want in our waterways and the Chesapeake Bay. Learn what you can do to reduce the amount of polluted runoff entering our waters!
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We’re live from the Chesapeake Executive Council meeting in Annapolis, MD! #FundtheBay #BayStrong


Hurry! Its the last week for PCS cleanups! Volunteer at a site near you now! To find a site, visit: bit.ly/2jcxkSl


Only one week left for PCS stream cleanups! Find a site near you and register now: bit.ly/2jcxkSl


Every spring, thousands of volunteers come together to pick up trash from local streams as part of PCS. Register: bit.ly/2jcxkSl


In 2016, @chesbayprogram partners opened 24 new places to boat, fish and connect to local waterways. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…