Sussex County is on the verge of two excellent opportunities that can help to protect our homes, businesses, and environment! But the County must hear from YOU. Check out these resources and to find out how you can help!Learn more »
This special exhibition of art was created by the artists of Gallery One and inspired by the James Farm Ecological Preserve. Sales of these works will fund improvements that allow the Preserve to better educate and accommodate future visitors.Event Details / RSVP »
Shellfish aquaculture is an innovative approach which will improve water quality and habitat of the Inland Bays, while creating a new industry of locally-grown food and producing new jobs and opportunities for entrepreneurs.Read the article on CapeGazette.com » | Press Release: Governor Signs HB160 - January 2013 » | Aquaculture Fact Sheet »
At this free, family-friendly event, you'll plant trees, explore the significance of trees in protecting wildlife and water quality, make nature-friendly crafts, and show off your festive costumes!RSVP to this event »
Now, Rehoboth’s treated wastewater discharge is being sent one mile out into the ocean where it is quickly diluted 100:1 in under 6 minutes.Read more »
Welcome to Delaware’s Inland Bays
- September 29, 2018
James Farm Preserve Feature Wall at Gallery One
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
- October 20, 2018
Trick or "TREEt": Tree Planting & Halloween Celebration
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
- October 26, 2018
Scientific & Technical Advisory Committee Meeting
- November 8, 2018
Citizen's Advisory Committee (CAC) Meeting
- November 8, 2018
Citizens Advisory Committee Meeting
If you live or vacation in south coastal Delaware…the Inland Bays are right in your backyard! Three shallow bays, the Rehoboth Bay, Indian River Bay and Little Assawoman Bay, lie just behind a narrow spit of land in sight of the Atlantic Ocean. They serve as the backbone of Delaware’s coastal resort area that stretches north to Cape Henlopen, at the mouth of the Delaware Bay, and south to the Town of Fenwick Island and Maryland state line.
Here at the CIB, it is our mission to preserve, protect and restore Delaware’s Inland Bays, the water that flows into them, and the watershed around them.
Are you On Board with the Bays?
Explore the Inland Bays!
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