Anne Harper, Executive Director of Delaware Nature Society (DelNature), announced today she is retiring as of June 30, 2021. After a total of four years of service in two different roles, Ms. Harper will be moving out of state to join family.
Added Dawn Rittenhouse, DelNature Board Chair, “On behalf of the entire Delaware Nature Society community, I want to thank Anne for her leadership, especially through the incredibly challenging pandemic. The organization is in a strong position because of her leadership. The Board is committed to maintaining this position of strength, grateful to the many staff, donors, and volunteers who support our mission, and look forward to building toward an even stronger future.”
The board will immediately launch a national search for a new executive director.
Delaware Nature Society’s (DelNature) mission is to connect people with the natural world and improve our environment through education, advocacy, and conservation. Founded in 1964, DelNature is a state affiliate for the National Wildlife Federation. We provide the tools for communities to take action and promote the health of the environment through land preservation, wildlife protection, watershed stewardship, and more. We manage over 2,000 acres of land and operate four educational sites: Ashland Nature Center, Abbott’s Mill Nature Center, DuPont Environmental Education Center, and Coverdale Farm Preserve.
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