Superheroes. Sometimes it seems as though our volunteers, board members, partners and colleagues have extraordinary powers—protecting our water supply; saving endangered species; weighing in on policy disputes. While they’re a humble group and would dispute this label, we think their great deeds are well worth sharing. That’s because it’s the amazing people of the Conservancy who make us the most effective conservation organization in the world.
Delaware's new land steward, Natasha Whetzel, brings a passion for the land and special expertise in prescribed burning to her role at The Nature Conservancy.
Delaware’s new Stream Stewards manager, Kim Hachadoorian, loves putting people and nature together for good science and for good fun.
Delaware Land Steward John Graham calls it a privilege to have helped the Conservancy restore habitats and increase biodiversity over his 16 years here.
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Pamela Sapko spent 20 years building a local horticulture center into a thriving, growing enterprise. As Delaware's new Director of Operations, she looks forward to helping the chapter grow.
Even growing up in one of the world's largest cities, Mika Ulmet felt the heavy pull of nature. As Delaware's GLOBE intern, she's sharing her love with others.
The Delaware chapter's small staff gets big results when it comes to conserving the First State.
The Conservancy's Delaware Board of Trustees guides our work in the First State with their collective experience and expertise.
We couldn't pursue our mission in Delaware without the help of dedicated volunteers.
Support for The Nature Conservancy's work in Delaware comes in many forms. We're grateful for them all.
Delaware welcomes this nationally-acclaimed program that employs and educates urban youth at nature preserves around the nation.