Become a Chesapeake Steward this fall!

Do you ever wish you knew more about this amazing watershed we call the Chesapeake Bay?

We can help! Come “back-to-school” with CBF in a six-week, professionally taught course on all things clean water.

Learn about Bay science and fisheries, pollution problems and solutions, and how volunteers can help restoration efforts in their local waters and the Bay.

Click here to register!


In this deep dive with expert instructors, you will explore not just crabs and oysters, but:

• farm and urban issues
• Bay history and ecology
• how to play a personal role in the future of clean water restoration

VoiCeS is the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s most comprehensive adult education program available to its members and the public. We have traditionally hosted the course at CBF headquarters in Annapolis, but this year we’re moving it to Frederick County. We look forward to sharing new information about local environmental issues that are specific to this region of the state!

What: VoiCeS (Volunteers as Chesapeake Stewards) 2017 Course

When: Mondays, from October 9—November 16, 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m., plus one field trip in Frederick County

Where: Frederick County Community College, 7932 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick, MD

Cost: Materials fee of $35 per person

Space is limited, so sign up today to start answering all those questions you have about clean water, Chesapeake critters, and what you can do to help Save the Bay!

Hope to see you this fall!

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