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Dirickson Creek Faces Significant Pollution / Bacteria Issues

Over the summer, the Center celebrated the release of the Dirickson Creek Report at an event held at Mulberry Landing on Dirickson Creek, which is the largest tributary of Little Assawoman Bay. The event was attended by Senator Tom Carper … Continue reading

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Sea Level Rise: An Issue That Affects Every Coastal Community

The devastation occurring in Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey should be sobering for all of us who live in coastal communities. (Find out how you can support recovery efforts here.) Unfortunately, we know that disasters like this are … Continue reading

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Reconnecting with the Natural World

“All education is environmental education. By what is included or excluded we teach students that they are a part of or apart from the natural world,” notes author and environmentalist David W. Orr in Earth in Mind. While modern distractions … Continue reading

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