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 Pages Tagged With: "Earth Day"

Earth Day Mirror Lake Wetland Cleanup Commemorates Acclaimed 2013 DNREC Remediation and Restoration Project

Governor John Carney joined state and city employees ahead of Earth Day today to remove invasive plant species and dead vegetation at Mirror Lake in Dover.




Governor Carney, DNREC Division of Parks and Recreation Open WWII Tower 3 to Public

Gov. John Carney joined DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin Wednesday to cut the ribbon on the newly-rehabilitated World War II Fire Control Tower 3 in Delaware Seashore State Park.




Limited Open Burning of Brush, Branches and Limbs Allowed in Delaware Until May 1

DNREC reminds the public open burning of materials such as tree limbs, brush and branches is allowed until May 1 – when the state’s annual open burning ban takes effect and continues through Sept. 30.




Celebrate Earth Day with ‘Marsh Madness’ Salt Marsh Tours at DNREC Aquatic Resources Education Center near Smyrna

DNREC invites the public to celebrate Earth Day 2023 by touring a tidal salt marsh and discovering one of the most amazing ecosystems on earth.




Volunteers Needed for April 15 Cleanup at Concord Pond in Seaford

As part of the month-long celebration in April of Earth Day 2023, DNREC and partners are seeking volunteers to clean up the area around Concord Pond in Seaford from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 15.







 Pages Tagged With: "Earth Day"

Earth Day Mirror Lake Wetland Cleanup Commemorates Acclaimed 2013 DNREC Remediation and Restoration Project

Governor John Carney joined state and city employees ahead of Earth Day today to remove invasive plant species and dead vegetation at Mirror Lake in Dover.




Governor Carney, DNREC Division of Parks and Recreation Open WWII Tower 3 to Public

Gov. John Carney joined DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin Wednesday to cut the ribbon on the newly-rehabilitated World War II Fire Control Tower 3 in Delaware Seashore State Park.




Limited Open Burning of Brush, Branches and Limbs Allowed in Delaware Until May 1

DNREC reminds the public open burning of materials such as tree limbs, brush and branches is allowed until May 1 – when the state’s annual open burning ban takes effect and continues through Sept. 30.




Celebrate Earth Day with ‘Marsh Madness’ Salt Marsh Tours at DNREC Aquatic Resources Education Center near Smyrna

DNREC invites the public to celebrate Earth Day 2023 by touring a tidal salt marsh and discovering one of the most amazing ecosystems on earth.




Volunteers Needed for April 15 Cleanup at Concord Pond in Seaford

As part of the month-long celebration in April of Earth Day 2023, DNREC and partners are seeking volunteers to clean up the area around Concord Pond in Seaford from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 15.