Healthy Waters

Waterways fuel our economy, inspire artists, refresh our spirits, and shape our culture and history. Improving the health of our waterways improves our drinking water and benefits wildlife.

Working and Natural Lands

We are a powerful force in protecting lands for conservation and preserving agricultural lands. Delaware’s diverse ecosystems – including forests, abundant wetlands, and agricultural lands – fuel our region’s economic and cultural prosperity. Our regenerative and resilient land practices improve Delaware’s ecosystems, ensuring food and habitats for people and wildlife.

Protecting Habitats and Wildlife

From a meadow filled with native grasses to the rolling waters of the Christina River, we work to protect habitats and native wildlife of all types while facing the pressures of development and a changing climate.

Working for our Watersheds

Our waterways once flowed through a landscape dominated by vast forests, marshes, and rich wetlands. The complex network of streams and rivers crisscrossing the fertile landscape functioned as a thriving circulatory system, facilitating the flow of nutrients from upland regions and the ocean…

Run the Mill Race

Sat, Sep 22
Abbott’s Mill

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Trailfest

Sat, Sep 22
DEEC

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Harvest Moon Festival

Sat, Oct 6
(Raindate: Sun Oct 7)
Coverdale Farm

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Movies at the Mill

Fri, Oct 12
Abbott’s Mill

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Ashland Nature Center

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