Welcome Comments From the President of The Inland Bays Foundation

A Report from the New President of the Inland Bays Foundation 2015-2016, Doug Parham

I’m very pleased to report to you that the Foundation had an excellent 2014, growing in numbers, funding and stature during the year. As a person born and raised in Sussex County I pledge to continue that growth in 2015-2016. I understand the complexities and challenges in building interpersonal relationships with the farm community, the real estate industry and the need to work closely with our State, federal, Local and County Governments to build our economy and provide employment opportunities while we continue to clean our waters. Read the rest of the president’s welcome…

Governor Markell Honors Chuck Schonder
Governor Markell, Secretary Small honor DNREC’s Volunteers of the Year at State Fair ceremony Administration & Coordination – Chuck Schonder A volunteer with DNREC’s Division...

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August Meeting Cancelled
The Inland Bays Foundation will not have an August (2015) meeting due to the library not being available.  ...

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IBF Board Members at July 2015 Meeting
Maddy Lauria – Reporter at Cape Gazette Photo: maddy@capegazette.com “Telling a story is like reaching into a granary full of wheat and drawing out a handful....

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A special report from the Inland Bays Foundation:
Analysis of Delaware Nonpoint Source (NPS) Pollution 2014 Annual Report prepared by DNREC- (analysis performed by Doug Parham, President, Inland bays Foundation for your benefit, July 19, 2015)...

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Is Delaware On Track?
Most experts consider the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint the Chesapeake Bay’s best, and perhaps last, chance for real restoration. What makes the Blueprint better than...

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Delaware’s Inland Bays Watershed- Courtesy University of Delaware
http://delawarewatersheds.org/inland-bays/ Watersheds of the Inland Bays Assawoman | Buntings Branch | Indian River | Indian River Bay | Iron Branch | Lewes-Rehoboth Canal | Little Assawoman | Rehoboth Bay Map The Inland Bay waters are highly enriched with the...

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The Foundation highly recommends and applauds this worthwhile effort by our partners:
January 13, 2015 For Immediate Release From League of Women Voters Sussex County League contact: Jo Klinge, 302-226-4903 The League of Women Voters of Sussex...

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UD Citizen Monitoring Program Reports for 2015 covering April and May
Here is the first set of UD Citizen Monitoring Program Reports for 2015 covering April and May. Subsequent reports will be issued every 2 or...

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10 questions with Doug Parham
JON BLEIWEIS, SALISBURY DAILY TIMES STAFF WRITER12:08 a.m. EDT July 13, 2015 The new president of the Inland Bays Foundation talks about his group’s goals...

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