Help keep Newark beautiful! Individuals and volunteer groups are welcome and gloves and trash bags will be provided. For additional information or to volunteer for the clean-up, please call the Recreation office at (302) 366-7000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, providing the following information for those interested in participating for the clean-up: name, age, phone number, emergency […]
DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is in need of volunteers to help ensure diamondback terrapins are able to nest and reproduce safely this spring.
Join us for a Volunteer Open House to learn about how your talents could serve the Brandywine Zoo’s education mission! Takes place in the Education Building across from the main entrance to the zoo.
Join the Friends of Cape Henlopen as they work to maintain the park’s trails or take on some other light maintenance project. For further details please call the Volunteer Coordinator at (302) 644-5005.
Meet our staff, tour our galleries, have some refreshments, and find out how you can get involved. Volunteers assist with special events, help facilitate family arts and crafts activities, and provide support with office needs and projects. Volunteers also receive special incentives. Ages 15 and older are welcome. RSVP before August 28th and receive […]
Meet at the Seaside Nature Center. Join the Friends of Cape Henlopen as they work to maintain the park’s trails or take on some other light maintenance project. For further details please call the Volunteer Coordinator at (302) 644-5005.
Meet at the Beach Picnic Pavilion to help with the trail clean-up and other projects. All volunteers are welcome, and lunch is provided.
At the DuPont Nature Center at Mispillion Harbor Reserve from 10am to 3pm, rain or shine. Admission is free. Volunteer to help out! More info here. children’s games variety of fun and educational activities for everyone series of Estuary Eco-Challenge stations learn about how to identify shorebirds get close to live horseshoe crabs and […]
Want to help protect Delaware’s piping plovers (listed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act in 1986) and other beachnesting birds?