The widespread beach erosion and storm damage along Delaware’s Atlantic Coast as seen at Rehoboth Beach. /DNREC photo The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today that multiple Delaware State Parks drive- and walk-on crossings will be closed this Memorial Day Weekend due widespread erosion along Delaware’s coastline sustained during a May […]
DNREC and the City of Lewes will begin erecting fencing along the bay side of the primary dune at Lewes Beach during the first week of November.
DNREC, City of Lewes launch outreach campaign to clear Lewes dune of illegally-stored personal items such as kayaks
DNREC and the City of Lewes will launch an awareness campaign next week aimed at clearing the Lewes dune of personal effects.
DNREC introduces Delaware Living Shorelines Monitoring Framework to help gauge success of shoreline restoration projects
DNREC’s Division of Watershed Stewardship in partnership with public and private environmental organizations have introduced the Delaware Living Shorelines Monitoring Framework.
A new “wetlands report card” for the Smyrna River Watershed is now available from DNREC’s Wetland Monitoring and Assessment Program – the ninth in a series of watershed-specific wetland health reports produced by the Department.