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Recent Grant Awards Will Transform the James Farm Ecological Preserve

Ocean View – The recent award of three major grants totaling $220,000 is setting in motion the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays’ reimagining of one of Sussex County’s most beloved public treasures: The James Farm Ecological Preserve. Plans to … Continue reading

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Embracing the Bays as a Winter Wonderland

By Maddy Goss, Communications Specialist On an otherwise normal Wednesday morning, I got an exciting phone call. The Center’s Environmental Scientist, Andrew McGowan, was heading out of the Indian River Marina and had spotted a seal. He tried quieting the … Continue reading

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Center for the Inland Bays and State Climatologist to Dive in to Local Climate Change Tools, Solutions

Rehoboth Beach, DE — The challenges of climate change in coastal Delaware, as well as solutions and tools to better understand the impacts, will be the focus of the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays’ upcoming Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) … Continue reading

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Delaware Center for the Inland Bays Honors Supporters with “Friend of the Bays” Awards

Rehoboth Beach, DE – The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays is proud to announce this year’s recipients of the “Friend of the Bays” Awards, an honor given to individuals, volunteers and businesses for their support, partnership and volunteering excellence. … Continue reading

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Drive in Style with a New Horseshoe Crab License Plate

Delaware – Few things are more idyllically Delaware than specialty license plates and horseshoe crabs. Delawareans can embrace their First State heritage and support a good environmental cause by purchasing a license plate featuring our very own living fossil. The … Continue reading

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Sussex County Nonprofits Partner on Delaware’s Latest Living Shoreline

Dagsboro, Delaware – Delaware’s latest living shoreline project is taking root along the banks of Pepper Creek thanks to a partnership between the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays and the Delaware Botanic Gardens at Pepper Creek. At the Gardens, … Continue reading

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Inland Bays “Get Out!” campaign raises over $20,000

Rehoboth Beach, DE – Last month, the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays called on supporters to get outside and do something they love while helping the Center raise money for its projects and programs through its inaugural Get Out … Continue reading

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National Recognition for Local Scientist Highlights Benefits of Citizen Science Project that Kicks Off on April 10!

Rehoboth Beach, DE – The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays is seeking volunteers for their Annual Horseshoe Crab Survey and tagging citizen science project. The project sends hundreds of volunteers to survey the number of horseshoe crabs found around … Continue reading

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