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Water Quality Monitoring Project Sheds New Light on Pollution Problems

Rehoboth Beach, Del. — A new research effort by the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays is offering deeper insight into the true state of water quality in the most polluted areas of the Bays. Continuous monitoring devices called “sondes” … Continue reading

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Become an Oyster Gardener to Help Delaware’s Inland Bays!

Rehoboth Beach, Del. — The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays is now recruiting interested individuals for its Oyster Gardening Program, a restoration effort that brings scientists and residents together to restore local American oysters in the Inland Bays. This … Continue reading

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$200,000 Longwood Foundation Grant to Help Transform the James Farm Ecological Preserve  

Rehoboth Beach, Del. – The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays is thrilled to announce the recent award of a $200,000 grant from the Longwood Foundation, which will bring the Center one step closer to creating a regionally significant environmental … Continue reading

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Water Contamination Issues to be Explored at Center for the Inland Bays Science Committee Meeting

Rehoboth Beach, DE — The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays invites the public to learn about the impacts of legacy and emerging contaminants, wastewater planning and continuous water quality monitoring in the Inland Bays at an upcoming virtual Scientific … Continue reading

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