The public is invited to “Rock the Boat” with National Aquarium on the USS Constellation to celebrate and raise money for the Chesapeake Bay Initiative
RBC Blue Water Project awards $130,000 USD grant to fund National Aquarium Chesapeake Bay Initiative
Chefs show off their crab claws for B&O American Brasserie and Hotel Monaco's Third Annual Crab Bash
The public is invited to join the National Aquarium’s Animal Rescue staff for the Annual Maryland Dolphin Count along the Atlantic coast of Maryland on Friday, July 20.
Ocean Experts Convene in Baltimore to Define Best Practices For Inspiring Action to Preserve Our Natural Environment
Celebration and tree-planting as National Aquarium’s waterfront plaza is designated a Certified Wildlife Habitat
The National Aquarium is pleased to welcome Executive Chef Thomas Dunklin from B&O American Brasserie as part of the Fresh Thoughts Dining Series on Mar. 27, 2012. The dinner, which celebrates sustainable and creative seafood choices, will feature oysters from Virginia’s War Shore Oyster Company.
The National Aquarium and the National Wildlife Federation have joined forces to protect wildlife and water resources for future generations. The National Aquarium has been selected as the National Wildlife Federation’s Maryland affiliate. This partnership will link conservation efforts from Appalachia, to the Chesapeake Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean.
The National Aquarium was joined by Oceana for the release of three endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtles into the Chesapeake Bay at Point Lookout State Park in Scotland, Maryland.
Dr. Erik Rifkin, Executive Director of the National Aquarium Conservation Center was invited to provide testimony to the U.S. Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works: Subcommittee on Water and Wildlife. The hearing, entitled, “Status of the Deepwater Horizon Natural Resource Damage Assessment” focused on the evaluation and improvement of our ability to measure long-term chronic damages to our environment in the wake of last year’s oil spill.