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…

Inland Bays Foundation Meeting on Tuesday, February 9
Dear Friends, It is my pleasure to invite you to attend our next Inland Bays Foundation meeting on Tuesday, February 9 from 5-6:30 pm (South...

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Delaware DNR Forecasts Blue Crab Rebound, Weak Oyster Harvest
By ANNIE ROPEIK • JAN 28, 2016 Surveys are projecting a solid harvest of around four million pounds for Delaware’s most valuable fishery. DNREC’s Rich...

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DNREC head: Beach replenishment may cost towns, county
Article and Photo from the Delmarva Daily Times Following winter storm Jonas’ devastating effect on coastal Delaware, in which high winds and tides tore through...

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IBF HAS CLEAN WATER ON THE AGENDA FOR GOVERNOR’s MEETING
Members of the Inland Bay Foundation(IBF) Board of Directors received a warm reception during their January 13 meeting with Governor Markell and DNREC Secretary, David...

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Guest Speaker, Dee Durham
The Inland Bays Foundation is very pleased to have a guest speaker, Dee Durham, at its January 12 meeting to held at the South Coastal...

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Proposed Clean-Water Tax Would Affect all Sussex Residents
Average state resident would pay $45 per year to trust fund The Lewes-Rehoboth Canal is among the 90 percent of impaired waterways in Delaware. Sussex...

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Wetlands plan calls for conservation, research, education
State focuses on improving stewardship of fragile resource By Ron MacArthur | Dec 04, 2015 State officials want to protect and conserve Delaware’s 320,000 acres...

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Inland Bays Foundation Elects New President – Nancy Cabrera-Santos
Press Release from the Inland Bays Foundation Contact: Tony Caputo (302-537-1628/amcllc06@hotmail.com) Date: 11/13/2015 Subject: New President   Inland Bays Foundation Elects New President – Nancy...

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Holts Landing Friends Keep Trail Blazing
  (By Maddy Lauria | Oct 28, 2015 – GapeGazette) MILLVILLE — The Friends of Holts Landing State Park, created one year ago, is still...

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