The Delaware Forest Service has published a new fifth edition of its popular “Big Trees of Delaware,” a comprehensive list of the largest trees covering nearly 80 native and non-native species in the First State. Featuring full-color photos and high-quality illustrations of tree leaves, the book is available as a print edition at state forest offices, as well as an online PDF version to be downloaded or viewed on a web browser. There is no cost for the book.
Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs to sponsor nine special events during June 2019
Separation Day, Black Music Month Celebration and a historic preservation symposium among programs to be offered.
Nominations for individuals and organizations in the arts will be accepted through June 28 Wilmington, Del. (May 15, 2019) – Delaware’s Governor’s Awards for the Arts recognize the contributions of individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions and a lasting and profound impact on the artistic and cultural life of Delaware. Nominees should be […]
The Delaware Urban and Community Forestry Program has awarded more than $92,000 for 24 tree projects throughout the First State. Over the past 15 years, the annual grant program has provided more than $1.5 million to help communities increase tree canopy and promote the natural benefits of trees: cleaner air and water, increased property values and civic pride, and reduced storm water runoff and flooding.
Dover Days, A Day in Old New Castle and the Zwaanendael Maritime Festival among programs to be offered.