Striving to improve the quality of life for all the residents of the Indian River neighborhoods of Chesapeake, Virginia, by promoting and preserving a healthy and clean river, shorelines, parks, and green spaces connected to the surrounding community.
Sunday, May 13, 2012
Save the Bay - and the Indian River
At our meeting on May 10th Rogard Ross donned his CBF hat and gave a presentation on 'Saving the Bay'. Starting with a Chesapeake watershed-wide view of the challenges facing the Bay, he dove in and looked at the state of the Elizabeth River and Indian River in particular and look at the Watershed Improvement Plan being developed for the City of Chesapeake. The presentation closed with steps you can take to help improve water quality in our neighborhood. A copy of the presentation is available on our Resources page.
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