Check out our helpful clean water tips to make Delaware’s water for healthier people and wildlife and improve the health of our environment.
No one – including wildlife – wants to live with trash. Unsightly, trash is a hazard for animals, clogs storm drains, and ends up in our water supplies.
Native trees, shrubs, and plants help to improve water quality by filtering pollutants and helping to absorb excess water. An added bonus, native plants are adapted to our climate and need little extra care including extra water or fertilizers.
- Volunteer at a local tree planting or other restoration project. Establishing a restoration project, such a rain garden, supports clean, healthy waterways. We need your help to maintain these projects need to be maintained over time.
- Certify your yard through our Garden for Water and Wildlife Program.
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