Welcome to the Inland Bays Foundation


“WE the People” of Delaware’s Inland Bays Estuary came together in 2011 in order to “form a more perfect union” to protect the waters of our estuary and did declare and found the Inland Bays Foundation-

The mission of the Inland Bays Foundation (501c3 non- profit) is to return our Delaware Inland Bays waters to their once "fish able" and "swim able" state by removing all pollution sources from this estuary.

The Foundation Board is continuously advocating and when necessary litigating to make this happen. Here's a profile of the Board-

  • Executive at Exxon
  • Federal District Sales Manager- AT&T
  • George Bush's senior lobbyist while Director of the CIA and retired Major General
  • Merchant Marine Commander
  • Executive Aide to President Pro Tem of Delaware Senate and farmer
  • Senior Scientist at the EPA
  • Delaware State Senator
  • Dentist
  • Three term Board of Directors, Education Association (60,000 Teachers)
  • Business analyst and accountant for DuPont
  • Professor Emeritus of Zoology (PHD)
  • Realtor- Md and DE
  • Former Department Of Transportation Chief of Innovative Technology and President of Consulting Firm
  • Mechanical Engineer, Department of the Navy

We hope you will understand and appreciate the Gravitas and diversity of this Board and their unified and unfailing commitment to achieve the Foundation's goal of clean waters in your Inland Bays- Rehoboth, Indian River and Little Assawoman. We will not quit, we will not stop and we will not fail. If you’d like to join us click on the membership page to either fill out your membership form or donate. www.InlandBaysFoundation.org

Here are the people with the Governor of the state of Delaware and the Secretary of DNREC in December of 2013-

Meeting with Governor

Welcome

The Inland Bays serve as a valuable recreational asset for residents and visitors, and as a diverse habitat for both terrestrial and aquatic life. We hope to educate the public on the importance of maintaining a healthy watershed in Sussex County Delaware protecting wildlife, water fowl and sandy beaches for us all.


Help Us to Keep You Informed

Your generous donation will assist us in our efforts by helping to fund this website, our participation at environmental events, etc.


Join us so we can count on you to be a supporter of our efforts to advocate and if necessary litigate to achieve our goals of clean waters in our watershed. We need for the Foundation to have a larger voice through increased membership and funding!

Annual membership per family or individual is $25.