Delaware’s Native Species Commission to meet Wednesday, Oct. 16 in Dover
DOVER – Delaware’s Native Species Commission will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, in Room 220 at the Kent County Administrative Building, 555 Bay Road, Dover, DE 19901.
The Council will discuss progress on its 2019 priorities, a planned symposium, subcommittee reports, potential legislation regarding invasive plant prohibitions, the Commission’s annual report to the General Assembly, and other issues. For more information, including the meeting agenda, visit the Delaware Public Meeting Calendar at https://publicmeetings.delaware.gov/Meeting/62229.
The Delaware Native Species Commission was formed by the Delaware General Assembly to reverse the trend of decline and extinction of Delaware’s local plant and animal native species, implement recommendations of the Statewide Ecological Extinction Task Force, and provide expertise and assistance to state and local lawmakers, policy makers, educators, and other stakeholders. The Commission is comprised of 19 members, reflecting a balance of environmental professionals, government, and business stakeholders, with DNREC providing staff support.
For more information, please visit the Delaware Native Species Commission webpage, or call DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife at 302-739-9910.
Contact: Joanna Wilson, DNREC Public Affairs, 302-739-9902