Delaware Nature Society envisions a healthy and sustainable environment.
Delaware Nature Society connects people with the natural world to improve our environment through education, advocacy and conservation.
Founded in 1964, Delaware Nature Society works to improve the environment through conservation, advocacy, and education. We are state affiliate for the National Wildlife Federation and are renowned for our educational programming and advocacy which provides the tools for communities to take action and protect the environment through land preservation and watershed stewardship.
Delaware Nature Society manages over 2,000 acres of land, including four nature preserves, and operates four educational sites: Ashland Nature Center, Abbott’s Mill Nature Center, DuPont Environmental Education Center and Coverdale Farm Preserve.
Currently, thousands of members support this important work and over 1,000 volunteers assist our core staff and interns so that the year-round programs continue to improve and grow.
March 8, 2018
Delaware Nature Society calls on the U.S. Congress to support bills introduced today in the House and Senate to fix the federal ethanol mandate that has led to widespread habitat loss and water pollution, jeopardizing the health of people and wildlife…Read more »
January 10, 2018
Delaware Nature Society announces today that Brian Winslow has resigned as Executive Director of Delaware Nature Society, effective January 4, 2018. Anne Harper, who is currently the Director of Sites, will serve as the Acting Executive Director... Read more »
March 29, 2017
IDelaware Nature Society’s Annual Farm to Fork event took place this past Saturday, September 16 at Coverdale Farm Preserve in Greenville, Del. Nearly 200 guests joined together on the farm for the annual fundraising dinner, which sold out for the third year in row...Read more »