Visitors arrive at the Delaware Estuary Science & Environmental Summit's poster session on January 26, 2015 in Cape May, New Jersey. From left to right, they include John Ewart of Delaware Sea Grant, retiree Bill Michael, and Monica Bricelj of Rutgers University.
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Save the Date for Our Summit
More than 300 people will discover and share environmental projects, programs, and research during our summit on January 22-25 in Cape May, New Jersey. The Delaware Estuary Science & Environmental Summit will feature intriguing presentations, lively discussions, and cutting-edge science in Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Online registration will open on November 1. Please contact Lisa Wool to ask questions and Debbie Heaton to become a sponsor.
Hurray for Happy Hour!
Join us at the Oyster House in Philadelphia as we toast fresh Delaware Bay oysters. Proceeds from this fundraiser will help support our efforts to protect local rivers and the Delaware Bay. This includes programs like oyster shell recycling. Tickets are $45 per person and you can purchase them here. Questions? Please contact Elizabeth Horsey.
We're Turning 20. Come Celebrate!
The Partnership for the Delaware Estuary was established in 1996. Please join us in celebrating 20 years of connecting people, science, and nature for a healthy Delaware River and Bay. This includes a dozen events in Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
The Partnership for the Delaware Estuary is a nonprofit organization established in 1996 to take a leadership role in protecting and enhancing the Delaware Estuary, where fresh water from the Delaware River mixes with salt water from the Atlantic Ocean. It is one of 28 Congressionally designated National Estuary Programs throughout the coastal United States working to improve the environmental health of the nation's estuaries. Its staff works with partners in three states to increase awareness, understanding, and scientific knowledge about the Delaware Estuary, the region's most important cultural, economic, and recreational resource.
The Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, a National Estuary Program, leads science-based and collaborative efforts to improve the tidal Delaware River and Bay, which spans Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.