ChesapeakeProgress Social Media, pt. 2

You may have seen the Chesapeake Bay Program posting ChesapeakeProgress-related graphics on social media, or seen my previous post sharing what the Bay Program has posted on our own accounts. Many of you have shared the posts — thank you! If others would like to share these graphics on your organizations’ social media platforms, please feel free. Suggested posts are below, but feel free to modify to meet your organization’s needs. (And don’t miss the graphics for download at the end of the post!)

Previous graphics and suggested social media posts can be found here.

Facebook

  • Between 2010 and 2016, 130 sites for boating, swimming and fishing were opened to the public, marking 43 percent of the goal to add 300 new public access sites by 2025. Learn more: 
  • Between 2012 and 2016, 1,126 stream miles were opened to the migration of fish, surpassing the 1,000-mile goal. Learn more:  (Image: Jeff Feverston/Shutterstock)
  • With more than one million additional acres permanently protected from development, our partners are halfway toward their goal to protect 2 million acres by 2025. Learn more:  (Image by Marie Charouzova/Shutterstock)
  • 502 schools in the Chesapeake Bay region are certified sustainable, through programs like U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools, Eco-Schools USA, and others. Learn more: 

Twitter

  • We have now reached 43% of our goal to add 300 new public access sites to the Chesapeake Bay by 2025.
  • Between 2012 and 2016, 1,126 stream miles were opened to the migration of fish. (Image: Jeff Feverston/Shutterstock)
  • We are halfway to our goal of protecting two million acres of land (for a total of 9.8 million). Learn more:  (Image by Marie Charouzova/Shutterstock)
  • DYK? 502 schools in the Chesapeake region are certified sustainable.