3 (Super Simple) Ways to Prevent Trash Pollution!

Trash in our Inland Bays is SO much more than just an eyesore. It can be harmful to the health and safety of visitors and marine life. Each year, the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays hosts a cleanup — and it’s always a hit! In fact, this past June saw 54 energetic volunteers who […]

We Need to Talk about Plastic

This past June, the CIB held its annual Inland Bays Clean-Up. Once again, it was a fantastic event. Over 60 people joined us to hop on boats, zip around the Bays, and explore their shores to pick up over HALF A TON of trash! The sun was bright, the temperature was perfect, and it was […]

Volunteers Clean-Up Over ½ Ton of Trash from Delaware’s Inland Bays

Indian River Inlet, DE: The 2017 Inland Bays Clean-Up was held on June 10th, organized by the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays, in conjunction with the DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife Enforcement Section, and Division of Parks & Recreation. Leaving from Massey’s Landing Public Boat Ramp, sixty-nine participants in thirteen boats collected trash […]

Plastic, Plastic, Everywhere!

With all eyes on Rio during these summer Olympics, it’s difficult to ignore the shocking images of debris clogging the city’s bay. While our own bays may not be overwhelmed with trash, that doesn’t mean that it’s not there. Marine debris, particularly of the plastic variety, is a problem in the Inland Bays. This past […]