Sunset on the Delaware Bay.
A Blue Heron hunting on the banks of an estuary.
Horseshoe crabs are a critical part of the ecosystem in Delaware....
Cape Henlopen Lighthouse - a constant on the Delaware coastline.
Trash gets carried into the stormwater system by the runoff and causes pollution to our local waterways. Stormwater does not get treated before it discharges into our local waterways.
This will minimize the amount of litter on campus.
When discarded onto the ground, many cigarette butts, matches and cigarette packages get washed into our local waterways during storms and pose a significant pollution problem.
This will reduce the amount of exposed soil from student-made paths. This soil contributes to the amount of sediment in stormwater runoff.
There are community clean up days and other local initiatives geared toward cleaning up the environment that would greatly benefit from student involvement. For more information please contact email@example.com