Delaware's Department of Natural Resources and Environmental ControlWelcome to the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control home page, your on-line connection to information that will help you find your way around our agency.
Delaware, NRCS"Provide leadership and services to help people conserve and improve Delaware's natural resources and environment." Delaware Audubon SocietyIncorporated in 1977, the Delaware Audubon Society, Inc., is a statewide chapter of the National Audubon Society. Delaware Audubon is dedicated to developing a better appreciation of our natural environment and working for environmental protection and conservation.
The White Clay Watershed AssociationThe White Clay Creek watershed comprises approximately 70,000 acres or 100 square miles in Pennsylvania and Delaware. TheWhite Clay has three main branches in Pennsylvania--East, Middle, and West. There are three main tributaries inDelaware--Middle Run, Pike Creek, and Mill Creek. The White Clay joins the Christina River near Newport, Delaware, which inturn, flows into the Delaware River near Wilmington.
Partnership for the Delaware EstuaryThe Partnership for the Delaware Estuary is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation under the laws of the State of Delaware. The Partnership was established to participate in the implementation, continued development, and updating of the Delaware Estuary Plan. The Partnership works to protect the environment, promote conservation of the natural resources, and contribute to the usefulness of the Delaware Estuary and its tributaries for recreational and commercial purposes that are compatible with the sustainable use of estuarine resources.
The Nature Conservancy/Delaware ChapterWith more than 1 million members,The Nature Conservancy is theworld's leading private conservationgroup. Over the past half-century,we have helped protect more than11 million acres of vital habitat inthe United States and nearly 60million acres in Canada, LatinAmerica, the Caribbean, Asia andthe Pacific. We currently manage1,340 preserves, the largest systemof private nature sanctuaries in theworld.
The Delaware Bay Home Page"Your Gateway to the Bayshore's Natural Wonders"
Delaware Chapter of the Sierra ClubWe aren't dealing with "regulatory reform" anymore. We're dealing with no regulation, no standards, no publicoversight, no enforcement, no nothing. From a public interest perspective, when industry says "regulatory reform," whatthey really mean is "responsibility relief." - Bill Craven, Sierra Club activist
Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC)The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) was created on October 27, 1961, by the Delaware River Basin Compact, marking the first time in the nation's history that the federal government and a group of states had joined together as equal partners in a river basin planning, development, and regulatory agency.
Delaware Riverkeeper NetworkThe Delaware Riverkeepers Network is a nonprofit, membership organization that has worked since 1988 to strengthen citizen protection of the Delaware River and its tributary watersheds. An affiliate of the American Littoral Society, a national conservation group, Riverkeeper works throughout the Delaware's entire 13,000 square mile watershed which includes portions of NY, NJ, PA and DE.
Green DelawareGreen Delaware is funded through membership dues, donations, and grants. All work is done by volunteers and members including this website. Green Delaware appreciates the support of the Environmental Endowment for New Jersey. Site is updated regularly so visit us often! so
Association For Study of Literature and the Environment"Writing the Environment" will be the subject of ASLE-UK's off-year symposium in the year 2000. "Writing the Environment" will be held 6-8 September in the Docklands Conference Centre, London, and will be co-hosted by the University of East London (UEL). The symposium aims to bring together a range of perspectives on how we construct, represent, and make discourses about (our) environments.