• Empty Jug? Make a Watering Can - Repurpose It!

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    A new series of quick, fun videos on the DNREC YouTube Channel shows you some clever ways to reuse and repurpose these items instead of putting them in your recycling cart.

    That big plastic jug? Turn it into a watering can. Show less
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  • Your DNREC Play all

    "Your DNREC" is a video series offering news and notes from the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.
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  • Wetlands 101 Play all

    For some of us, the whole concept of wetlands can get just a little confusing. Join us for Wetlands 101, a series of videos from the folks at DNREC's Watershed Assessment Section.
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    Volunteers contribute a lot to DNREC's mission, saving tax dollars while enhancing the services the Department is able to provide. The videos capture just a small part of what volunteers do. To learn more about volunteering, go to http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/volunteer/Pages/default.aspx
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  • Mirror Lake Restoration Play all

    The Mirror Lake Remediation & Restoration Project was selected as second place in the U.S. for projects less than $5 million by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists (AAEES) as part of the 2015 Excellence in Environmental Engineering & Science Awards.

    Follow along as we document the restoration of Dover's Mirror Lake using a new process called SediMite. The goal is to ease severe fish consumption advisories within 3-5 years instead of the 30 or so that would be necessary without intervention.

    Check these videos for the whole story.
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    Devoted to videos featuring the best of Delaware State Parks
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  • Clean Water for Delaware's Future Play all

    Governor Jack Markell and DNREC Secretary Collin O'Mara have proposed Clean Water for Delaware's Future -- a comprehensive upgrade plan for protecting public health and cleaning up Delaware's bays, rivers and streams within a generation, while creating jobs and strengthening Delaware's economy. Here, we share videos about the steps we're taking now and some of what we're planning for the future.

    DNREC videos are produced in full 1080HD. Please adjust your YouTube settings accordingly.
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  • Bayshore Play all

    Spanning from Delaware City down to the City of Lewes, the Delaware Bayshore is an ecological paradise. Expansive coastal marshes, sandy shoreline, lush agricultural lands and shady forests provide habitat for a host of rare and common plants, animals and fish. The Bayshore Initiative takes a non-regulatory approach that continues the conservation commitment made over 40 years ago by Delaware's Coastal Zone Act. Due in large part to the legacy of former Governor Russell Peterson and decades of conservation efforts, most of the Bayshore's acreage remains undeveloped today, and more than 50% is formally protected as state, federal and private conservation lands.
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