News and Events
- Volunteer Opportunity: Ancient Sand Ridge Forest Restoration at Nanticoke Wildlife Area
- Living Shoreline Demo Open House in Delaware
- FREE Seminar for Wicomico County Homeowners and Renters with Septic Systems!
- 2013 Nanticoke River Report Card Now Available!
- Creekwatchers Site Available Northeast of Federalsburg
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Category Archives: Blog
Nanticoke – Ancient Sand Ridge Forest Restoration Sunday, December 7 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. Location: Meet at the entrance gate to the Nanticoke Wildlife Area on Red House Road, just off of Woodland Ferry Road, South of Seaford and close to Bethel. View Map … Continue reading
The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Watershed Assessment Section will be hosting a Living Shorelines open house at the Indian River Inlet Marina on Thursday, November 2 from 10 AM-2 PM. Attendees will learn about costs, processes, … Continue reading
Have you ever asked yourself: Should I use additives in my septic tank? How often should I have it pumped? Should I use a garbage disposal? The University of Maryland Extension and School of Public Health invites you to … Continue reading
The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance is pleased to announce the release of the 2013 Nanticoke River Report Card, which is based primarily on data accumulated through its Nanticoke Creekwatchers Citizen Water Monitoring Program. In 2013, the Nanticoke River received a C+, … Continue reading
The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance is seeking a Creekwatcher or Creekwatcher team to adopt the MAHO3: Noble Rd. site for the remainder of the season, which will end on November 2/3. MAHO3 is located just beyond the Delaware state line and … Continue reading
Attention Delaware Educators: Free “Food, Land and People” Teacher Workshop at Trap Pond State Park!
Teacher Workshop for Wicomico and Dorchester County Teachers ~ Educating about how Agriculture, the Environment and People Connect
The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance seeks a volunteer or volunteer team (family or business) to adopt two sites in the Mardela Springs-area. One of the sites is public and the other private; they are located about 10 minutes apart. The NWA … Continue reading
North Dorchester Middle School Celebrates Earth Day! Principal Vaughn Evans and members of the C.O.R.E. Team flex their environmental muscles as they place a new cedar bench in the outdoor classroom area. The bench was made from local cedar trees … Continue reading
The Backyard Conservation Resource Fair will be here before we know it! Featuring exhibitors and vendors promoting conservation practices and energy saving tips, live presentations to get you inspired, free children’s activities, and a raffle to help you … Continue reading