DuPont Environmental Education Center

Fall Tree Planting

By Shannon Giordano, Public Relations & Social Media Coordinator Fall is a prime time for planting trees, and Delaware Nature Society has planted quite a few in the last three weeks. Planting trees in the fall can be the best time because the trees are going dormant for the winter and the ground is often very …

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A Day at the Marsh

by Dakin Hewlett, Watershed Education Coordinator Fall not only brings the oncoming burst of changing colors, but also marks the beginning of the monarch butterfly’s incredible migration to Mexico. The DuPont Environmental Education Center highlighted the butterfly’s unique journey at their 4th Annual Marsh & Monarch Celebration on September 23rd. Blue skies and sunshine greeted over 200 …

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The State of the Christina River

By Guest Blogger: Martha Corrozi Narvaez Associate Policy Scientist, Water Resources Agency, Institute for Public Administration, University of Delaware On an unseasonably warm Sunday in February I walked hand-in-hand with my 4-year old son along Wilmington’s riverwalk that parallels the magnificent Christina River. As we walked we passed by couples, families, runners, and people of all …

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