Delaware’s Advisory Council on Wildlife and Freshwater Fish will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the DNREC Auditorium, at 89 Kings Highway, in Dover.
Citizen coders and civic technologists from across Delaware are set to take on the state’s second annual Open Data Challenge, harnessing the power of public datasets to come up with new solutions to big statewide problems.
Date Posted: Tuesday, February 20th, 2018
Categories: Delaware Health and Social Services Division of Fish and Wildlife Division of Waste and Hazardous Substances Division of Watershed Stewardship DNREC Public Health
New fish consumption advisories issued today by DNREC and DHSS show that the concentration of chemical contaminants in fish caught from Delaware waterways continues to decline – which indicates water quality is improving throughout the state and also means that fish caught in many Delaware waters can be eaten today with lowered concerns about risks to public health.
If you are a student aged 12 to 15, Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police is once again offering summer Youth Academies.
The Division of Public Health (DPH) reports that there were 1,268 lab-confirmed flu cases recorded between February 4 to February 10. This brings the season’s total to 4,235. Last season’s final figures of 4,590, were the highest number of seasonal cases since record keeping began in 2004.
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