THANK YOU EVERYONE WHO DONATED DURING #DOMORE24! WE ARE BLOWN AWAY BY THE SUPPORT AND LOOK FORWARD TO SHARING HOW YOUR SUPPORT ENABLES US TO EDUCATE, ADVOCATE AND CONSERVE!
We have the power to protect the environment for our community through education, advocacy, and conservation.
Help us DO MORE in 2023!
Thanks to a generous group of supporters we have a Matching Gift Challenge of $10,500! All donations will be match dollar for dollar up to $10,500!
Your gift will help us do things like
- Create a dedicated room for youth and early childhood education at Ashland Nature Center.
- Support regenerative agriculture and bring a Farm to Table dining experience to Coverdale Farm.
- Provide educational programs and activities to the youth community in Wilmington.
- Support education and renovation efforts at the historic Abbotts Mill Nature Center in Milford.
Our supporters have made it possible for us to:
- Plant tens of thousands of trees throughout Delaware in reforestation efforts.
- Advocated on behalf of all Delawareans for Clean Water Legislation.
- Have 23,500+ children, adults, chaperones and educators attend educational programs, field trips and summer camps at DelNature sites each year.
- Support and increase local biodiversity by selling 7,000+ native plants each year through our Native Plant Sales.
- Nearly Half a Million Vegetables, Flowers & Herbs Grown annually at Coverdale for local markets & restaurants.
Founded in 1964, Delaware Nature Society, a state affiliate for the National Wildlife Federation, is renowned for our educational programming, conservation, and advocacy. We provide the tools for communities to take action and promote the health of the environment through land preservation, wildlife protection, and watershed stewardship. We manage over 2,000 acres of land, including four nature preserves, and operates four educational sites: Ashland Nature Center, Abbott’s Mill Nature Center, DuPont Environmental Education Center, and Coverdale Farm Preserve. Our organizational priorities are comprised of three pillars of engagement which focus on Working & Natural Lands, Healthy Waters, and, Protecting Habitats and Wildlife. Currently, thousands of members and over 1,000 volunteers assist our core staff and interns to support Delaware Nature Society’s mission and help our year-round educational programs, conservation, and advocacy efforts continue to improve and grow.