The Coalition created the diversity tool-kit in order to support member organizations increase diversity and become more equitable and inclusion.
$73 Million for Chesapeake Bay Restoration
The Coalition helped to secure the most funding ever appropriated to the Chesapeake Bay Program.
Virginia is for Clean Water Lovers
The Coalition executed its first communications campaign in support of the Clean Water Rule.
Environmental Justice Workgroup Launches
The Coalition formally created the Environmental Justice Workgroup in order to continue to focus more on equity and the environmental movement.
Engaging the Faith Community
In partnership with Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, the Coalition worked to highlight the importance of faith-based communities in our restoration effort.
Milestone Assessment Released
The Coalition and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation released a review of the Chesapeake Blueprint Progress Report.
Drilling Ban in George Washington National Forest
After three years, Coalition members won the battle to have the majority of the forest protected from oil and gas leases.
$70 Million for Chesapeake Bay Restoration
Thanks to the voices of our members, Congress approved the Chesapeake Bay Program's $70 million budget.
Stormwater Communications Toolkit
This toolkit was designed to help our members better communicate about complicated stormwater management practices to the public.
Charlottesville Stormwater Utility Fee
Coalition members worked to have a stormwater fee implemented in Charlottesville, Virginia to help fund projects that reduce runoff pollution.
First Bay Day on the Hill
Coalition members joined together to meet with their legislators in Washington and voice their support for Chesapeake Bay Program funding.
Shale Workgroup Formed
This workgroup was formed so that Coalition members could better coordinate and strategize on issues involving fracking, pipelines and other drilling activities.
Principles for Nutrient Credit Trading
The Coalition created a document that lays out the principles that need to be followed if nutrient trading is to occur in the watershed.
State Lead Structure Formed
In order to better serve our members, the Coalition created the state and outreach lead structure.
Stormwater Workgroup Formed
This workgroup was formed so that our members could better coordinate and learn from each other around stormwater practices.
The Coalition worked with members of Congress to keep the Goodlatte Amendment from passing, which would have weakened the TMDL.