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The DNREC Well Viewer is a map-based tool to help well drillers and homeowners explore data about well locations. Use the application to choose where to place a well or to learn about an existing well.
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Delaware has taken steps to address the causes and consequences of climate change with the goal of minimizing greenhouse gas emissions and maximizing resilience to the impacts of climate change we are witnessing today. Climate Action Plan Menu
An archive of state-produced Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) reports for Delaware. Starting with data for 2020, this information is part of a national dataset managed by the US EPA.
2019 TRI Report 2019 TRI Facility Profiles 2018 TRI Report 2018
The table below shows the distribution of wild turkeys harvested among public lands hunting areas for the 2014 through 2022 wild turkey hunting seasons. State Wildlife Areas are administered by the DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife. State Forest lands are administered by the Delaware Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service. [column
We are mapping sightings of Delmarva fox squirrels and you can help. Use this form to report sightings and share information about this rare species. The Delmarva fox squirrel is no longer classified as an endangered or threatened species at the federal level. But it is still rare in Delaware. We are mapping the
DNREC is committed to keeping its Data Providers and Users informed. If you are a user of the EQuIS™ database, please use the form below to subscribe for updates from DNREC.
Note: This information will go to the EQuIS program managers and will only be used for occasional emails letting you
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) maintains maintains an EQuIS™ database, from EarthSoft® Inc., to store and analyze both field and laboratory data about facilities/sites that are the subject of regulatory, remediation, or other management efforts of the Department.
DNREC’s Delaware Coastal Programs conducts long-term monitoring to help understand the coastal environment. The data collected provide insights into complex estuarine ecosystems. They help local and national leaders understand the vulnerability and resilience of our coast — and the effects of a changing climate.
The Play Outside map from Delaware State Parks will help you find the right park, preserve, trail or playground so you can head out and play outside.
FOIA, the Delaware Freedom of Information Act (29 Del. Code, Chapter 100), ensures that the public has “easy access to public records” held by the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) and other state agencies. This page offers options for making a FOIA request to DNREC.
DNREC has added a number of datasets to the Delaware Open Data Portal and will continue to add data based on agency priorities and public requests.