Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers made 2,123 contacts with anglers, boaters and the general public between July 17 and 23, including 269 vessel boardings for boating safety and fishing regulation compliance checks.
Governor Carney, DNREC Secretary Garvin, and conservation partners and guests attended the premiere of “Delaware Bayshore Forever,” a new video tour of the Delaware Bayshore, at the Delaware State Fair.
Date Posted: Thursday, July 27th, 2017
Categories: Delaware Coastal Programs Division of Air Quality Division of Energy and Climate Division of Fish and Wildlife Division of Parks and Recreation Division of Waste and Hazardous Substances Division of Water Division of Watershed Stewardship DNREC Office of Community Services
HARRINGTON – Today at the Delaware State Fair, Governor John Carney and Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary Shawn M. Garvin honored 30 Delawareans of all ages for their environmental leadership, innovation and dedication.
“This afternoon, we recognized a broad cross section of Delawareans who contribute to the conservation of our natural resources and the stewardship of our environment,” said Secretary Garvin. “We congratulate these volunteers, artists, organizers, photographers, and anglers – conservationists and environmentalists all – for their work that brought us here today, and look forward to their future contributions.”
The DNREC Mosquito Control Section asks the public to help monitor West Nile virus in Delaware by reporting sick or dead wild birds that may have contracted the virus.
Two classes of students, their families, officers, and instructors recently celebrated the end of week-long training programs from the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police’s Basic Youth Academies, with graduation ceremonies at DNREC’s Hunter Education Center in Little Creek and Cabela’s in Newark.
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