The new DNREC website organizes information both by both the organizational structure of the agency (who in DNREC does what) and by topics of interest to users (what does the person visiting the website need to know about?).
To get things started, twelve topic areas have been identified as of most interest to website visitors, based on a review of several data sources, including data on the popularity of current DNREC website pages, lists of media inquiries, and records of DNREC outreach efforts, among others.
For each topic, there is a brief introduction and a collection of links to DNREC (and other agency) information. There listing of contact information, tags to help users discover related information, and links to DNREC’s news releases on each subject.
Wildlife and Fish
Learn about Delaware’s animals, birds and fish
. From conservation and research programs, through volunteer opportunities, to details about specific species, and opportunities for watching, hunting and trapping. Related pages
Find out how you can help protect Delaware’s wetlands
and how they help protect you. Delaware’s rich landscape includes a wide variety of wetland types, from coastal salt marshes to freshwater wetlands large and small. Related pages
helps keep Delaware’s landfills from filling too fast. It reduces the amount of energy we use and conserves natural resources. And it provides jobs and economic energy for the state. Related pages
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