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Fellows Regatta

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“On Becoming a Chesapeake Bay Fellow”

Chesapeake 16 from Chris Nelson on Vimeo.

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Senior Fellows Present Fall Projects!

Last Thursday, our four senior fellows presented their work on their fall projects. ┬áSeniors Deni Budman, Elise Turrietta, and Alice Yang are working together to host a Benefit Regatta at the Norfolk Yacht and Country Club that will raise money … Continue reading

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Project Previews!

After an inspiring, inaugural Chesapeake Bay Seminar Day last spring and immersive summer experiences, the Chesapeake Bay Fellows returned to campus this fall with wonderful project ideas for this semester. ┬áHere are some “sneak previews” to the work of our … Continue reading

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Chesapeake Bay Fellows Adventure

CBF Summer Adventure 2015 from Norfolk Academy on Vimeo.

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Fellows ’18 Summer Adventure

Expedition 2015 from Norfolk Academy on Vimeo.

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Summer Adventure 2014

Two cohorts of Fellows, ’15 and ’18, in our fourth Chesapeake Bay Adventure.

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No More Mermaids, by Alana Davitt and Ellie Randolph

Written by Alana Davitt and illustrated by Ellie Randolph, this children’s book reveals the plight of Indigo, a mermaid who has just awakened from a long sleep to discover her beloved Chesapeake Bay home is not the way she remembered … Continue reading

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Documentary: A Tide of Change

Christopher Hornbuckle’s documentary on the Chesapeake Bay Fellows Program

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The Problem of Agricultural Run-Off

Agricultural Run-off from Chris Nelson on Vimeo. By Chris Nelson

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