The Inland Bays Foundation advocates and promotes the restoration of clean water in the Inland Bays watershed by conducting public outreach and education, tracking restoration efforts, encouraging scientific inquiry, and holding government and private entities accountable for enforcing and complying with in-place laws.  We invite you to join us in our in our quest to help make Indian River Bay, Rehoboth Bay, Little Assawoman Bay and their watersheds swimmable and fishable throughout.  Please join and pitch in if you can!

Message from the New President-11/23/2015

I want to talk to you today about hope. As a mother, and grandmother, my dearest hope is that our treasured children and grandchildren can once again play and recreate, without fear, in the once pristine waters of our Inland Bays.

What will it take? Read more…

 

Thank You – Community Bank Delaware
June 27, 2016 Community Bank Delaware P.O. Box 742 Lewes, DE 19958 Attn: Ms. Shannon McGinn On behalf of our Board of Directors, I want...

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Bethany Beach at Mercy of Tide and Storm
Date Published: June 24, 2016 By M. Patricia Titus Managing Editor of Coastal Point Bethany Beach ultimately still at the mercy of tide and storm...

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Inland Bays Foundation Attends Clean Water Rally
IBF GROUP attending June 7 Clean Water Rally in Dover. The event totalled  approximately 100 enthusiastic volunteers from IBF,  the Partnership for the DE Estuary,...

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Annual Meeting June 14
The Inland Bays Foundation Annual Meeting will be held on June 14. The annual meeting is a members only event. This is Our Mission Statement...

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Delaware Clean Water Forum
The Inland Bays Foundation will Attend the Delaware Clean Water Forum on May 20th The Clean Water Forum will be held Friday, May 20, 2016 from...

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New Technology for Chicken Litter
Inland Bays Foundation Public Meeting on May 10 US Agrisoil’s CEO Talks New Technology for Chicken Litter Chicken litter, the combination of bedding and manure, is...

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New Nanticoke Indian Tribe Chief Shares Environmental Concerns with IBF
The Inland Bays Foundation (IBF) met with the first female chief of the Nanticoke Indian Tribe, Natosha Norwood Carmine at their monthly meeting held April...

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Townsend Describes Potential for Statewide Clean-Water Fee
Date Published: April 8, 2016 By Laura Walter, Staff Reporter Article published in the Coastal Point. What would it cost to clean Delaware’s waters?  State Sen. Bryan...

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IBF Sends Groundbreaking Petition to the EPA
In a first ever initiative, the Inland Bays Foundation (IBF) has sent a petition to Shawn Garvin, Regional Administrator of the EPA, Region III in...

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