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The James Farm: A Look into the Past and a Tool for the Future

by: Angela Trenkle, CIB Volunteer Just off the beaten path and away from the hustle and bustle of Bethany Beach, lies a hidden oasis unknown to many of the tourists and locals that visit the shores of the Inland Bays: … Continue reading

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Spring’s Arrival Sparks the Beginning of Citizen Science Surveys!

by: Angela Trenkle (CIB Volunteer) Each year in the Inland Bays watershed, as the snow melts and the temperatures begin to turn warm, CIB volunteers begin their preparations for two citizen science surveys!   The Center’s Inshore Fish Survey tracks changes … Continue reading

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