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St. Jones Reserve trail reopened

The trail at the St. Jones component of the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) near Dover has reopened, with repairs to the trail and boardwalk completed.




DNREC’s Division of Climate, Coastal & Energy seeks applicants for new NOAA estuary research fellowship

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve is seeking applicants for a new two-year fellowship sponsored by NOAA.




DNREC Division of Climate, Coastal & Energy announces St. Jones Reserve Visitor Center closed until fall for renovations

DNREC’s Division of Climate, Coastal & Energy announced today that the visitor center at the St. Jones Reserve in Dover is temporarily closed for updating of the reserve’s exhibit hall. Construction is slated to be completed in early fall. During construction, restrooms will be open during normal office hours, and trails and grounds remain open to the public every day from dawn until dusk.

The St. Jones Reserve is the southern component of the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve. DNERR is a partnership between the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. DNERR is administered through the Delaware Coastal Programs Section of DNREC’s Division of Climate, Coastal & Energy.

For more information, please call the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve at 302-739-6377.

Vol. 48, No. 188

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DNREC, DNERR collaborate on new national study examining sea level rise in tidal marshes

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR), a partnership between DNREC and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), recently collaborated with 15 other National Estuarine Research Reserves in 13 coastal states on a first-in-the-nation research study that examined the capabilities of tidal marshes to keep pace with sea level rise. Results of the pioneering study, “Rising to the Challenge: Will Tidal Marshes Survive Rising Seas?” were recently published in Biological Conservation, an internationally-recognized journal of conservation and natural resource management. The study included a tidal marsh resiliency assessment of DNERR’s St. Jones Reserve in Dover.




Arts in the Estuary celebration set for Sept. 28 at St. Jones Reserve; Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve’s 20th anniversary event includes the Delaware Native Plant Society’s Annual Plant Sale

To celebrate the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve’s 20th anniversary, the St. Jones Reserve is holding an event – Arts in the Estuary – and the Delaware Native Plant Society’s Annual Native Plant Sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 28. Admission is free to the event, being held, rain or shine, at the Reserve, 818 Kitts Hummock Road, Dover and at the John Dickinson Plantation located next to the Reserve at 340 Kitts Hummock Road – two of the most treasured natural and cultural areas in Delaware.







 Pages Tagged With: "St. Jones Reserve"

St. Jones Reserve trail reopened

The trail at the St. Jones component of the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) near Dover has reopened, with repairs to the trail and boardwalk completed.




DNREC’s Division of Climate, Coastal & Energy seeks applicants for new NOAA estuary research fellowship

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve is seeking applicants for a new two-year fellowship sponsored by NOAA.




DNREC Division of Climate, Coastal & Energy announces St. Jones Reserve Visitor Center closed until fall for renovations

DNREC’s Division of Climate, Coastal & Energy announced today that the visitor center at the St. Jones Reserve in Dover is temporarily closed for updating of the reserve’s exhibit hall. Construction is slated to be completed in early fall. During construction, restrooms will be open during normal office hours, and trails and grounds remain open to the public every day from dawn until dusk.

The St. Jones Reserve is the southern component of the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve. DNERR is a partnership between the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. DNERR is administered through the Delaware Coastal Programs Section of DNREC’s Division of Climate, Coastal & Energy.

For more information, please call the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve at 302-739-6377.

Vol. 48, No. 188

-30-




DNREC, DNERR collaborate on new national study examining sea level rise in tidal marshes

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR), a partnership between DNREC and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), recently collaborated with 15 other National Estuarine Research Reserves in 13 coastal states on a first-in-the-nation research study that examined the capabilities of tidal marshes to keep pace with sea level rise. Results of the pioneering study, “Rising to the Challenge: Will Tidal Marshes Survive Rising Seas?” were recently published in Biological Conservation, an internationally-recognized journal of conservation and natural resource management. The study included a tidal marsh resiliency assessment of DNERR’s St. Jones Reserve in Dover.




Arts in the Estuary celebration set for Sept. 28 at St. Jones Reserve; Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve’s 20th anniversary event includes the Delaware Native Plant Society’s Annual Plant Sale

To celebrate the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve’s 20th anniversary, the St. Jones Reserve is holding an event – Arts in the Estuary – and the Delaware Native Plant Society’s Annual Native Plant Sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 28. Admission is free to the event, being held, rain or shine, at the Reserve, 818 Kitts Hummock Road, Dover and at the John Dickinson Plantation located next to the Reserve at 340 Kitts Hummock Road – two of the most treasured natural and cultural areas in Delaware.