Homeowner Workshops engage, educate, and empower local residents about conservation practices that improve water quality. Our actions at home and in our backyards directly impact the health of our local waterways. Most of us want clean, healthy water but don’t always understand how our actions can benefit or harm creeks and rivers and the Bay itself. All Homeowner Workshops are free, but registration is limited.
Thanks to everyone who attended the July 15 Backyard Conservation Workshop in Salisbury and the July 22 workshop in Greenwood. We’re now accepting registrations for our final Backyard Conservation Workshop, which will be held on Saturday, September 30 at the Georgetown Public Library. If you’d like to be notified about those workshops or have any questions about them, please email Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator Beth Wasden or call her at 443.944.1175.
Reclaim Our River Series 2017
The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance is happy to once again be a participating partner in the Reclaim Our River Series, which is a series of events designed to highlight water quality issues, connect residents to local waterways, and to empower Nanticoke River communities to improve local water quality. Please view the Save the Date at the Delaware Watersheds website.
Living Shoreline Workshops
Did you miss our 2015 Living Shoreline Workshops but want to learn more about shoreline stabilization for your home, business, or organization? The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance has produced a publication, Natural Allies: Living Shorelines in the Nanticoke River Watershed, that’s now available for download. If you’d prefer a printed copy, please visit us at our office or at one of our outreach events this summer and autumn!