Delaware’s Native Species Commission will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, in Room 220 at the Kent County Administrative Building.
DNREC introduces new Delaware Wetland Plant Field Guide to help landowners, scientists identify plants
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Wetland Monitoring & Assessment Program announced today the release of Delaware’s first wetland-specific plant identification book – The Delaware Wetland Plant Field Guide.
To protect our State, we are asking Delawareans to join us in the battle against invasive plant pest and diseases. If you suspect an invasive pest or disease, contact our Plant Industries section at (302) 698-4500. Get acquainted with the hungry pests that would like to dine in Delaware by visiting www.hungrypests.com. This April—Invasive Plant Pest and Disease Awareness Month—we urge you to help stop the spread of these harmful pests.
DNREC has reopened stretches of ocean beach between Gordons Pond and Herring Point, and beachfront along the oceanside of The Point on Cape Henlopen, following the end of a piping plover nesting season that produced 13 plover fledglings.
Volunteers needed Saturday, April 23 for Earth Day event to pot tree seedlings at the St. Jones Reserve near Dover
Volunteers are needed to assist with planting native tree seedlings in pots from 9 – 11 a.m., Saturday, April 23, at the St. Jones Reserve, near Dover.