DENRC algae harvester hard at work in the Brandywine Canal in South Bethany

“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 … Read more

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 … Read more

Nutrient Management Goals

A special report from the Inland Bays Foundation:

Analysis of Delaware Nonpoint Source (NPS) Pollution 2014 Annual Report prepared by DNREC- (analysis performed by Doug Parham, President, Inland bays Foundation … Read more

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Is Delaware On Track?

Most experts consider the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint the Chesapeake Bay’s best, and perhaps last, chance for real restoration. What … Read more

Delaware’s Inland Bays Watershed- Courtesy University of Delaware

http://delawarewatersheds.org/inland-bays/ Watersheds of the Inland Bays Assawoman | Buntings Branch | Indian River | Indian River Bay | Iron Branch | Lewes-Rehoboth Canal | Little Assawoman | Rehoboth Bay Map The Inland Bay waters … Read more

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UD Citizen Monitoring Program Reports for 2015 covering April and May

Here is the first set of UD Citizen Monitoring Program Reports for 2015 covering April and May. Subsequent reports will … Read more

Clean water

During 2015 the Foundation is examining three very important initiatives:

(1) Oversight of the Toxic Coal Ash Pile that has been established on the Burton’s Island site immediately adjacent to … Read more

2015 – Will Progress be made in the cleaning of the Delaware Inland Bays waters?

The Delaware Inland Bays Watershed is comprised of Rehoboth, Indian River and Little Assawoman Bays. It is a part of … Read more