Be one in a thousand!
1000 Rain Gardens for the Inland Bays
Catch the rain water where it falls and reduce stormwater pollution—one home, one school, one business at a time.
To learn how to create a rain garden, obtain a list of native plants recommended for rain gardens and get links for more information–Click here to view our 1000 Rain Gardens Booklet »
Backyard Habitats in the Inland Bays Watershed
The loss of native habitat in the Inland Bays watershed, and excess nutrients going into our Bays are the two major issues that challenge our efforts to restore and protect the Inland Bays. Creating Backyard Habitats is a way that citizens can help us work for ‘fishable, swimmable Bays.”
Speaking for the Bays…the CIB Speakers Bureau
Would your community or civic group like to learn more about our Inland Bays? Contact us and let us know of your interest. We can bring you up to speed on the ‘State of the Bays’…we can show you how rain gardens can help your community and help the Bays…or we can fill you in on citizen science projects and volunteers opportunities. Contact email@example.com to schedule a speaker for your meeting.
Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW?
Despite their fierce looking appearance, the horseshoe crab is harmless to humans. It uses its 'tail' as a rudder to steer, and to turn itself over in the sand when it gets flipped.