elaware residents may pre-order environmentally beneficial compost bins and rain barrels at discount prices during an online sale in May. Made available by DNREC’s Division of Waste & Hazardous Substances, in conjunction with the Division of Watershed Stewardship, advance purchases must be made for both items at www.enviroworld.us/delaware
DNREC’s Conservation Programs Section to host rain barrel-building workshop April 14 in Blades as part of Reclaim Our River Program
The DNREC Conservation Programs Section will host a rain barrel-building workshop in conjunction with the Reclaim Our River Program from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 14, at Hardin Hall, 20 West 4th Street, Blades.
Public invited to vote online through June 9 for best artwork in DNREC-sponsored rain barrel contests
The public’s art appreciation is sought in voting for favorite entries now online in the 2017 artistic rain barrel contest sponsored by DNREC’s Watershed Assessment and Management Section within the Division of Watershed Stewardship.
State Fairgoers vote Saint Thomas More Academy student’s artwork first-place winner in youth rain barrel painting contest
Governor Markell and DNREC officials have announced the winning barrel in this year’s youth rain barrel painting contest, “Tiki – H2O Progenitor,” painted by Kara Scarangella, a high school sophomore at St. Thomas More Academy, Magnolia.
The winners in the Division of Watershed Stewardship’s Rain Barrel Painting Contest have been announced, and are now on display at the Delaware Agricultural Museum.