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 President

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…

 

Third Annual “Love Your Inland Bays” Dinner
Third Annual Dinner was a Great Success! We had approximately 80 attendees with representatives from the League of Women Voters, the Sierra Club, the Center...

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Keynote Speaker at 3rd IBF Annual Dinner
Former DNREC secretary says save waters with collaboration Former state Environmental Secretary Collin O’Mara urged environmental advocates to look beyond their normal base of supporters...

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Commemorative Quilt Raffle
Commemorative Quilt Raffle $4 or three for $10. Tickets may be purchased at the Annual Dinner, by check or by completing the form below. You...

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Leslie Ledogar
Leslie Ledogar to speak at Oct. 11 IBF Meeting The Inland Bays Foundation will host its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 11 from 5-7 pm...

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Annual Dinner – Nov. 30, 2016
Our Annual Dinner will be held on Nov. 30th, 2016 This year, the annual dinner will include door prizes, entertainment and list of environmental headliners....

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Join Us for Our Next Meeting on Sept. 13
Our Next Meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 13 from 5-7 pm at the South Coastal Library. Dear Members, I am writing to all members of the Inland...

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Sierra Club Donates Memorial Bench in Haon’s Honor
On Aug. 5, representatives of the Sierra Club met with members of the Board of Directors of the Inland Bays Foundation to dedicate a memorial...

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Rehoboth Cited for Sewer Discharge
Rehoboth Sewer Discharges A citizen-whistleblower noticed and photographed “a blanket of dark brown floating solids, scum and sludge deposits” coming from the Rehoboth Beach sewer...

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Inland Bays Foundation Hosts Sierra Club
IBF Hosts Sierra Club at Their Monthly Meeting Stephanie Herron, Outreach Coordinator for the DE chapter of the Sierra Club based in Wilmington, will give...

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