Making History: Saving the Bay through the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint
The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the United States. Decades of pollution have caused impacts on everything from wildlife to economic productivity. Now, citizens and groups are coming together to restore the Bay’s health under the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint. And it’s working. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Alan Girard, In conjunction with the Smithsonian Water/Ways Exhibit, will describe the blueprint, its results, and how it’s becoming a national model for cleaning up polluted waterways.
This talk will be held at the Water/Ways exhibit at the Dorchester Center for the Arts. Visit our Water/Ways page for a full calendar of Water/Ways programming.