Thu March 13, 2014
Protecting Virginia's Coastal Wilderness
Virginia’s Eastern Shore… a narrow finger of land separating the Chesapeake Bay from the Atlantic Ocean… is the longest expanse of coastal wilderness left on the eastern seaboard.
Scientists have been working to restore the unique ecosystem of the area - especially its 23 barrier islands: dynamic, shifting land masses that buffer the mainland from storms… and provide a home for sea grasses, birds and shellfish.
Part 1 of 3
Legal Challenge to EPA Plan
Keeping Waterways Healthy
Visit to Fox Island