Chesapeake Conservancy's 2019 programs

Chesapeake Conservancy and our partners accomplished a lot in 2019. Help us understand what matters to you the most.
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* How important is each of these achievements to you?

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Designation of Mallows Bay-Potomac River as a National Marine Sanctuary, the first ever in the Chesapeake
Addition of almost 20,000 acres to national forests, national wildlife refuges, and state and local parks
Working with local organizations to plant more than 10,000 trees and bushes along streams in Pennsylvania to best protect clean water
Bringing Chesapeake experiences and education to local communities in partnership with the National Park Service
Creation and use of new data to help strengthen Anne Arundel County’s law to protect trees
Launch of a data-driven initiative with more than 50 partners to protect 30% of the land in the Chesapeake Bay watershed by 2030
Engaging over 2,000 Spanish-speaking park visitors to help them protect the Chesapeake
Connecting the public to over 420 authentic Chesapeake experiences and places with the Find Your Chesapeake website
Inspiring millions of people through webcams featuring Great Blue Heron, Osprey, and Peregrine Falcons