Restoring the Chesapeake One Agreement at a Time

Restoring the Chesapeake One Agreement at a Time

Restoring the Chesapeake One Agreement at a Time One Law at a Time One Step at a Time Citizens Advisory Committee Ann Swanson Executive Director February 27, 2014 Briefing 1. THE COMMISSION 2. THE HISTORY of the BAY AGREEMTNS And the history they prompted 3. THE 2014 AGREEMENT Where are we in our restoration effort and what policy initiatives were launched to get us here? 4. THE

CBC PRIORITIES EARLY HISTORY 1960s 200 The Chesapeake TheRestoration Chesapeake Bay Bay Restoration A A Short Short History History -- Key Key Events Events 1960s-70s 1960s-70s Visible Visibledecline declinein inBay Bayresources resources 1967 Chesapeake 1967 ChesapeakeBay BayFoundation Foundationestablished established

1976-1982 EPA conducts 5-year Bay study 1976-1982 EPA conducts 5-year Bay study 1980 Chesapeake 1980 ChesapeakeBay BayCommission Commissionestablished established 1983 First 1983 First Bay Bay Agreement Agreement--Bay BayProgram Programcreated created 1987 Second 1987 Second Bay Bay Agreement Agreement Accountability Accountability 1992 Amendments to Agreement Tributary 1992 Amendments to Agreement Tributary

Strategies Strategies 2000 Third 2000 Third Bay Bay Agreement AgreementWater WaterQuality Quality&& Focus Focus 3 EARLY HISTORY 1960s 200 The Chesapeake TheRestoration Chesapeake Bay Bay Restoration A A Short Short History History -- Key Key Events Events 1960s-70s 1960s-70s Visible Visibledecline

declinein inBay Bayresources resources 1967 Chesapeake 1967 ChesapeakeBay BayFoundation Foundationestablished established 1976-1982 EPA conducts 5-year Bay study 1976-1982 EPA conducts 5-year Bay study 1980 Chesapeake 1980 ChesapeakeBay BayCommission Commissionestablished established 1983 First 1983 First Bay Bay Agreement Agreement--Bay BayProgram Programcreated created 1987 Second 1987 Second Bay Bay Agreement Agreement Accountability

Accountability 1992 Amendments to Agreement Tributary 1992 Amendments to Agreement Tributary Strategies Strategies 2000 Third 2000 Third Bay Bay Agreement AgreementWater WaterQuality Quality&& Focus Focus 4 CHESAPEAKE BAY PROGRAM born Governor of MD Governor of VA Governor of PA Executive Council Chair of Chesapeake Bay Commission

EPA Administrator Mayor of DC MARYLAND Major Environmental Legislation 1983-1987 Critical Areas (84) Phosphate Detergent Ban (85) Sediment & Erosion Control (80, 84) Stormwater Control Act ( 82-86) Rockfish Moratorium (85) Chesapeake Bay Trust (85) Chesapeake Bay Fishing License (85) VIRGINIA Major Environmental Legislation 1983-1987 Water and Sewer

Assistance Authority (86) Water Facilities Revolving Fund (86) Erosion and Sediment Control (86) Phosphate Detergent Ban (87) Dredged Material a Priority for Beach PENNSYLVANI A Major Environmental Initiatives 1983-1987 ALREADY IN PLACE Clean and Green Program Agricultural Areas Act Clean Streams Law Sewage Facilities Act Stormwater Facilities Act NEW Agricultural Non-point Source Abatement Program Agricultural Cost-Share Program (targeted 6 lower Susquehanna River Basin counties) EVOLVING POLICY HISTORY 1960s

200 The Chesapeake TheRestoration Chesapeake Bay Bay Restoration A A Short Short History History -- Key Key Events Events 1960s-70s 1960s-70s Visible Visibledecline declinein inBay Bayresources resources 1967 Chesapeake 1967 ChesapeakeBay BayFoundation Foundationestablished established 1976-1982 EPA conducts 5-year Bay study 1976-1982 EPA conducts 5-year Bay study 1980 Chesapeake 1980 ChesapeakeBay

BayCommission Commissionestablished established 1983 First 1983 First Bay Bay Agreement Agreement--Bay BayProgram Programcreated created 1987 Second 1987 Second Bay Bay Agreement Agreement Accountability Accountability 1992 Amendments to Agreement Tributary 1992 Amendments to Agreement Tributary Strategies Strategies 2000 Third 2000 Third Bay

Bay Agreement AgreementWater WaterQuality Quality&& Focus Focus 9 MARYLAND Major Environmental Legislation 1988-1999 Striped Bass Mgmt. (88) Agricultural Nutrient Management (88) Sewage Treatment Plant Compliance (90) Chesapeake Bay License Plate Fund (90) Oil Spill Liability (90) Forest Conservation (91) Recreational Boat Pollution Brown Fields (97) Smart Growth (97) Rural Legacy (97) (92, 94,99) Prohibition Hydraulic Clam Dredging (98) Animal Waste Technology Fund (99) Blue Crab Targets and Thresholds (99) VIRGINIA Major Environmental

Legislation 1988-1999 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act (88) Pop. Growth & Devpmt. Commission (89) Striped Bass Moratorium (89) Ag Equipment Tax Credit (90) Wetlands Enforcement (90) Oil Spill Liability (91) Chesapeake Bay License Plate (92) Forestry Water Quality Law (93) Nutrient Mgmt. Certification (94) Blue Crab Fishery Mgmt Plan (95) Agricultural Stewardship Act (96) Ag BMP Tax Credit (96) Water Quality Improvement Act (97) Poultry Waste Mgmt. Act (99) Land Conservation Fndn. & Fund (99) PENNSYLVANI A Major Environmental Legislation 1988-1999 Phosphate Detergent Ban (89)

Farmland Preservation Program (89) Agricultural Nutrient Management (93) Environmental Education (93) Brownfields Program (95) Clean & Green (99) MORE POLICY HISTORY 1960s 201 The Chesapeake TheRestoration Chesapeake Bay Bay Restoration A A Short Short History History -- Key Key Events Events 1960s-70s 1960s-70s Visible Visibledecline declinein inBay Bayresources resources 1967

Chesapeake 1967 ChesapeakeBay BayFoundation Foundationestablished established 1976-1982 EPA conducts 5-year Bay study 1976-1982 EPA conducts 5-year Bay study 1980 Chesapeake 1980 ChesapeakeBay BayCommission Commissionestablished established 1983 First 1983 FirstBay BayAgreement Agreement--Bay BayProgram Programcreated created 1987 Second 1987 SecondBay BayAgreement AgreementWQ WQGoals Goals 1992 Amendments to

Agreement Tributary 1992 Amendments to Agreement Tributary Strategies Strategies 2000 Third 2000 ThirdBay BayAgreement Agreement (C2K) (C2K) Precursor Precursor to to TMDL TMDL 2008 Water 2008 WaterQuality QualityImpairments ImpairmentsAcknowledged Acknowledged 2010 Chesapeake Bay TMDL established 13 K 2 C

e m a G s r e g n a Ch 3 Water Quality Standards Rising Costs Threat of & Regulatory Recession Bay-wide TMDL Legislation Post C2K (2000-) Virginia Land Preservation Tax Credit (00) Stormwater Program Consolidation (05 & 13) Nut. Credit Exchange (05)

Major Point Source Upgrades (05) Crab Dredging Ban (08) Phosphate Detergent Ban (08) Resource Mgmt. Planning (11) Pennsylvania MPC Omnibus Amdts. (00) Growing Greener (02) Chesapeake Bay Watershed Education Program (04) Water & Wastewater Treatment Bond (04) Manure Hauler & Broker Certification (04) Growing Greener II (05) REAP (Ag. Trans. Tax Credit) (07) Phosphate Detergent Ban (08) H2O PA (08) Maryland Green Print ( 01) Intro Non-native Species (01)

Smart Growth (01) Bay Restoration Fund(04,12) P Detergent Ban (06,11) Chesapeake and Coastal Bay Trust Fund (07) Stormwater Management (07) Clean Cars (07) Forest Preservation Act (08) Living Shorelines ( 08) Septic Tanks (09, 12) Lawn Fertilizer (11) Stormwater Utilities (12) 1960s The Chesapeake TheRestoration Chesapeake: Bay Bay Restoration : A A 50-Year 50-Year History History with with aa future future 202 1960s-70s

1960s-70s Visible Visibledecline declinein inBay Bayresources resources 1967 Chesapeake 1967 ChesapeakeBay BayFoundation Foundationestablished established 1976-1982 EPA conducts 5-year Bay study 1976-1982 EPA conducts 5-year Bay study 1980 Chesapeake 1980 ChesapeakeBay BayCommission Commissionestablished established 1983 First 1983 First Bay Bay Agreement Agreement --Bay BayProgram Program created created 1987 Second 1987

Second Bay Bay Agreement Agreement WQ WQGoals Goals 1992 Amendments 1992 Amendmentsto toAgreement AgreementTributary Tributary Strategies Strategies 2000 Third 2000 Third Bay Bay Agreement Agreement Precursor Precursorto toTMDL TMDL 2008 Water 2008 WaterQuality QualityImpairments ImpairmentsAcknowledged Acknowledged 2010 Chesapeake 2010 ChesapeakeBay Bay TMDL

TMDLestablished established 2014 Fourth 2014 Fourth Bay Bay Agreement Agreement Measurable Measurable&& Flexible Flexible 16 2017 60% of TMDL implemented Is the Content Right? Are the rules of engagement clearly defined? With flexibility as the hallmark, how will the decisions be made? How will the goals and outcomes change in response to changing environmental , cultural and economic conditions? How will local governments be effectively engaged? Will new levels of transparency and verification also be hallmarks of this agreement? Is the Content Right? Toxics Climate Change Sea level Rise

Storm Frequency Conowingo Governance N 2003-2012 P 2003-2012 CBC Priorities MARYLANDS CHESAPEAKE BAY: Its about protecting home Ann Swanson [email protected] 410-263-3420 Jane Hawkey/IAN

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