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The Nanticoke River Watershed Conservancy Inc. is hosting their second iteration of the Thanksgiving Heron Walk/Run to benefit their organization and the Chapel Branch Trail, located in Seaford, DE.
Proceeds from the funraiser will go to the maintenance of The Vince Morris Trail and Nanticoke Conservancy Initiative at Chapel Branch.
Registration begins at 8:00am; Race starts at 8:45am sharp!
The first 10 registrants will receive a commemorative gift in honor of The Chapel Branch Trail. First come, first serve!
Every participant receives an official Chapel Branch Member Certificate.
Registration Fee: $20 (pre-register) $25 (Day of event)
Sign Up the day of or CLICK HERE to download the Pre-Registration form (due by November 1, 2018)
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Day 1 | November 7 | Seaford High School
Topics: Watersheds and Wildlife
3:00 – Sign In and Introductions
3:15-4:00 – Guest Speaker Mr. Paul Leingang, University of Delaware
- How do watersheds effect the ocean. Paul will help explain the scale of our impacts on local waterways.
4:15-5:00 – Animal Encounters Bob Kreiter, Pemberton Historical Park
- Meet some of the critters that live in our watershed! Get inspired and learn more about some of the wildlife that live within our watershed.
Day 2 | November 10 | Trap Pond State Park
Topics: Project Wild: Aquatic
9:30 – Trap Pond Orientation Trap Pond State Park staff
9:45 – Walk-About View exhibits and facilities at Baldcypress Nature Center
10:00 – Welcome Claire Mickletz
10:05 – Migration Headache
10:35 – History of WILD Walk through the guide
11:00 – Peer group formation – prepare to present a 20 minute activity after lunch
Group 1- What’s in the Water
Group 2-Dragonfly Pond
Group 3- Water Works/Marsh Munchers
11:30 – LUNCH
12:15 – Explore the Park Hike, bike, or pontoon tour
1:00-3:30 – Project Wild: Aquatic
3:00- Water Safari
3:30-3:45 – Wrap-up and Evaluation
THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST! WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance (NWA) has taken feedback from partners and stakeholders to help the organization better serve the needs of the community as the organization moves into the future.
The Board of Directors and NWA staff worked together to identify long-term objectives and the steps it would take to achieve goals. The strategic plan was created to act as a road map that will help guide the organization’s focus on certain projects to ensure that they are meeting the needs of their “Partners in Conversation,” along with all other community members in the Nanticoke River Watershed.
Click Here for a downloadable version of the Strategic Plan
All available sites have been adopted. Thanks for your interest!
The NWA is seeking a couple of new Creekwatchers to join our team. We are looking for Creekwatchers to adopt a pair of sites on the Marshyhope Creek in/near Federalsburg and for Creekwatchers to adopt a site near Seaford and a site between Seaford and Georgetown. NWA provides equipment, training, and on-going support.
Please contact Beth Wasden to set up a training or for more information.
Looking to get out on the the water during the late summer and early autumn? Rommel Hearth and Outdoor will be hosting a series of “social paddles” on local waterways. Several paddles will be held on the Nanticoke and its tributaries, including Broad Creek and Barren Creek, and some paddles will include demonstrations or special topics. See the flyer for the full schedule. Note that you must provide your own kayak, paddle, whistle, and PFD and you should RSVP through the Rommel Hearth and Outdoor FB page or at the store.
Thanks for your interest in our Designer Ditch Workshops, which we held in August 2018.
Click Here to learn more about Designer Ditches!
On Saturday, June 9, the Nanticoke Watershed Alliance released the Ten Year Nanticoke River Report Card at the 2018 Nanticoke Wade In. The print version of the report card is now available at the NWA office, or you can download a PDF version of the Ten Year Report Card today!
Please see the final Wade In schedule below.