Representatives from our campaign are out and about at a ton of different festivals, meetings and open houses across the state. Join us and learn more about the campaign while spending time at some of the best events Delaware has to offer!
Saturday, March 16, 2019– We love native plants, we love good beer and we obviously love clean water! So, we LOVE when we can combine them all in a Hops, Horticulture, and H2O program happening at 2pm at Wilmington Brew Works!
Thursday, March 21, 2019- If you’ve been in Delaware a long time, you might know the history and challenges of the Christina River. And if you’ve been in Delaware a short or long time, you probably know about the great food and beer at Stitch House Brewery? Want to know more or just take a scenic walk with us on the historic Riverfront Trail? Join us at the Stitch House Brewery Walk at 6:00pm!
Thursday, March 28, 2019– Throughout the 20th century our country went “dam-crazy,” disturbing the natural flow of rivers across the country to our benefit and to the environment’s detriment. Now, we are reversing the trend. Join the City of Wilmington, the University of Delaware’s Water Resource Center and our campaign at the Brandywine Dam Removal Tour to get a “behind the scenes” look at what engineering and technology is used to remove these dams and benefit our water quality and wildlife!
Friday, March 29 and Saturday March 30, 2019- Find us at the Assawoman Wildlife Tree Planting to plant trees at the Muddy Neck Tract. Tools are provided, multiple shifts are available and you can volunteer to make a difference in water quality in just a few hours!
Saturday, March 30, 2019– Join several local nonprofits to clean up the Red Clay watershed at the Annual Red Clay Cleanup! Work in teams to clean up this natural beauty and have an immediate impact on your local waterway! Meet us at Ashland Nature Center at 8:00am. We’ll provide the supplies, you just provide the time!
Saturday, April 6, 2019– 2300 seedlings need a home at the Sussex County Landfill #2 buffer site and you can help plant them! Join the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays at 12:30pm for their Tree Planting Event to help improve stormwater runoff thanks to these many new trees!
Saturday, April 13, 2019– Join the team at Abbott’s Mill Nature Center as they train new volunteers to participate in the Horseshoe Crab Survey! Meet at Slaughter Beach at 4pm to learn more about the effect these prehistoric creatures have on our water!
Monday, April 15, 2019– Calling all Water Warriors! Join us at our Bethany Beach Letter to the Editor Workshop as we discuss the important role letters to the editor play in shaping opinion and public policy — then teach you how you can write a submit one to a newspaper, too!
Wednesday, April 17, 2019– Find our table at the Wilmington Earth and Arbor Day Celebration at Rodney Square! Stop by on your lunch break or spend the whole day with us — there will free giveaways, a ton of information, and fun for kids, too!
Thursday, May 2-Saturday May 4, 2019– Meet us at the Coverdale Farm Preserve for the Delaware Nature Society Native Plant Sale! From attracting wildlife to improving water quality – these ferns, flowers and fauna can help improve water quality from your own backyard.
Saturday, May 4, 2019– Find our table at the White Clay Creek Fest at White Clay Creek State Park in Newark as you explore the the live entertainment, kids activities, educational hikes, good food, entertainment and more!
Saturday, May 4, 2019– Find us at the Center for the Inland Bays Native Plant Sale at the James Farm in Ocean View to hear more about how native plants make a HUGE difference in our water quality!
Sunday, May 19, 2019– Grab your least and boots and join us for Pups for Clean Water at Bucktoe Preserve in Avondale, PA (normally closed to the public!) where we’ll be chatting with folks protecting water quality and why it’s so important to scoop the poop!