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With our science-based, innovative solutions and on-the-ground approaches, we have conserved more than 30,000 acres of critical habitat in Delaware since 1990.  

The Nature Conservancy’s mission is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. Our Vision for Delaware: We serve our mission in Delaware by focusing on four major initiatives:

  • Protecting and restoring critical landscapes
  • Securing freshwater resources
  • Improving the resilience of our natural systems to climate change
  • Inspiring a broader base of support for conservation

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April 25, 2017
First Prescribed Burn of Forestland Managed by The Nature Conservancy in Delaware at Ponders Tract Preserve is a Success
April 25, 2017
1527 Native Trees Planted at The Nature Conservancy’s Milford Neck Preserve with Help of Volunteers
April 04, 2017
Volunteers Help Plant Native Trees at Ponders Tract in Ellendale

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