DE Center for the Inland Bays

DE Center for the Inland Bays

DE Center for the Inland Bays
DE Center for the Inland Bays
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Volunteers Needed~

Yep! We're still looking for MORE volunteers for this weekend's planting event! PS: The weather is supposed to be BEAUTIFUL!!! ☀️
🚨Please RSVP via Eventbrite:

Volunteer with the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays to plant 3,500 seedlings in the Assawoman Wildlife Area Muddy Neck Tract! Come dressed warm in comfortable footwear. Bring gloves, shovels (if you have them) and reusable water bottle.

Two shifts are available:

Please arrive promptly at the start of your shift to sign in, complete waiver and hear instructions on how to plant. No previous planting experience required. Participants under 18 must have an adult present.

You're invited! Schell Brothers has opened up their beautiful model home inside The Preserve at Jefferson Creek development to host breakfast and happy hour for our volunteers! Coffee, donuts and fruit will be offered on Friday and Saturday starting at 9am followed by beer, wine, and finger sandwiches at 3pm on Saturday. Parking for the planting event will be inside the development entrance along Sanderling Drive, please follow signs.
Model home address: 32877 Warbler Ct., Frankford, DE 19945

No rain date.

Additional information will be provided via email closer to planting date. Any pressing questions, please email
Category: Horticulture, Advocacy, Education, & Support
To preserve, protect and restore Delaware’s Inland Bays and their watershed.
If you live or vacation in south coastal Delaware, the Inland Bays are right in your backyard! The three shallow Bays – Rehoboth, Indian River and Little Assawoman – lie just behind a narrow spit of land connected to the Atlantic Ocean by the Indian River Inlet.
These Bays serve as the backbone of Delaware’s coastal beaches, stretching all the way from Rehoboth Beach down to Fenwick Island at the Maryland state line. The watershed area also extends west to the headwater streams of Indian River and the farm fields, millponds and marshes of Sussex County, Delaware.