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…

Agenda: September 2015 Board Meeting
Public Notice to all Inland Bays Foundation Members and our Delaware Inland Bays Friends- Please plan to attend our monthly Public Board Meeting on September...

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Free Webinar Viewing: What to Do About Trashy Watersheds
You’re invited to join us at the Rose Cottage in Dover for DNREC’s free viewing of the Center for Watershed Protection webinar: “What to Do...

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Holts Landing Family Fun Night
Holts Landing State Park, the Friends of Holts Landing SP, and the Inland Bays Foundation jointly sponsored our final Family Fun Night of this summer...

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Second Lawsuit Targeting Allen Harim Rejected
James Fisher, The News Journal6:37 p.m. EDT August 17, 2015 (Photo: KYLE GRANTHAM/THE NEWS JOURNAL) CONNECT 4TWEET 2LINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Another legal challenge to the proposed Allen...

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“Scientific” oriented discussion on Dissolved Oxygen (DO)
From: Tony Caputo Water quality in the Inland Bays (IB) has dramatically deteriorated over recent years as development and other land disturbing activities have taken...

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Official Announcement from IBF President, Doug Parham.
“The Inland Bays Foundation was deeply disappointed to be notified by the Delaware Superior Court they have rejected our appeal of the Pinnacle Millsboro Brownsfield’s...

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Chuck Schonder: An ocean guy in love with the Inland Bays
Retired teacher Chuck Schonder, now an Ocean View resident, was the last one out of the water as a child, and not much has changed...

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September 2015 Meeting
The next meeting of the Inland Bays Foundation is scheduled for September 9th, 3 pm at  South Coastal Public Library, 43 Kent Avenue, Bethany Beach, DE 19930....

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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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