Rehoboth Beach, DE: A recent survey conducted by the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays and its Love Creek Team found that many residents and property owners around Love Creek have concerns about water quality and the impact of land use changes within their watershed.
In response to these community concerns, the CIB has published the State of Love Creek Report, a compilation of recent data on land use changes, nutrient levels and bacteria concentrations within the Love Creek watershed. This report aims to inform residents and property owners on the condition of their creek and make recommendations to empower them to improve and protect it.
The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays would like to share the findings of the State of Love Creek Report with homeowner associations, civic groups and other interested organizations in the Love Creek area.
To schedule a presentation with your group, contact Education and Outreach Coordinator, Sally Boswell, by phone (302) 226-8105 ext. 103 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The State of Love Creek Report PDF and additional information and resources are available online at inlandbays.org/lovecreekreport.
The Love Creek Team is part of the “Your Creek” Initiative. For more information on this program, visit www.inlandbays.org/yourcreek.
The Delaware Center for the Inland Bay is one of 28 National Estuary Programs; a non-profit organization established in 1994 to promote the wise use and enhancement of the Inland Bays and their watershed. With its many partners, the CIB conducts public outreach and education, develops and implements restoration projects, encourages scientific inquiry, and sponsors research.