Here one day, gone the next. Seemingly overnight, the ospreys that populate the Chesapeake Bay in abundance vanish without a trace. Gone is the classic ‘ee-ee-ee’ screech that echoes throughout the creeks and over the marshes as these magnificent hunters dive with pinpoint accuracy to...

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and Justice   The Arundel Rivers Federation is committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion and justice so that everyone in our community benefits from our actions to ensure a healthy and sustainable environment throughout...

The Federation is proud of the role it plays in keeping residents informed about when and where it is safe to swim. Weekly, all summer long, Marvin Solberg and Diane McBee, two excellent Federation volunteers, spent Wednesday mornings taking water samples at local participating beaches...

The Osprey family is having a wonderful summer on the South River! Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum took turns building their nest. Osprey require the perfect spot to build a nest. An area that is open and easy to approach, has a sturdy base and...

The Federation is pleased to present you with our State of Our Rivers Report Card! Our South, West, and Rhode Riverkeeper, Jesse Iliff,  presented the report card virtually. We will be sharing the presentation on our website, Facebook, and Twitter shortly.  This year was the first year...

Federation Coronavirus update: March, 20, 2020 We are hoping that all our members of our Federation Family stay healthy and safe. Please follow the guidelines laid out by Governor Hogan and the Center of Disease Control. All our staff are telecommuting. If you need to reach...