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Middlesex Beach Association proposes to conduct periodic beach replenishment over 10 years by dredging sand from offshore and depositing it along a stretch of shoreline between Bethany Beach and the Town of South Bethany.
The Shoreline and Waterway Management Section works to maintain and improve Delaware’s shoreline and waterways.
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The section manages the shoreline through
Todd Nevin has applied for a permit for construction seaward of the DNREC Building Line to build a single family dwelling with a 12-foot cantilevered deck on Lot 15, Block 1, South Bethany.
The 2019 Delaware Coastal Cleanup, held Sept.14, drew 1,931 volunteers, who collected 3.6 tons of trash and recyclables from 46 sites along more than 125 miles of Delaware’s waterways and
Extending from Pea Patch Island in New Castle County to the City of Lewes in Sussex County, the Delaware Bay shoreline is widely recognized as an area of global ecological significance.
Its expansive coastal marshes, shoreline, agricultural lands and forests provide diverse habitat to many species, including
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What does it take to keep Delaware’s waterways open and safe? The DNREC Shoreline and Waterway Management Section held a series of informational open house workshops in 2019 to share information about dredging and other waterway management operations in Delaware.
The project to dredge Massey’s Ditch, an important navigation channel in the Inland Bays, was completed on February 27, 2020. The demobilization and removal of equipment such as pipeline concluded in mid-March 2020.
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Anne Fauret and William Gallagheran have applied for a permit for construction seaward of the DNREC Building Line to construct a single family dwelling with a 17.2′ cantilevered deck on Lot 2, Block 7, in South Bethany.
Trash on our beaches and in our waterways isn’t just unsightly – it’s also potentially dangerous to marine life and in some cases harmful to water quality. The annual Delaware Coastal Cleanup offers volunteers an opportunity to help make a difference for Delaware’s shoreline and waterways while joining an international effort to clean up the
The Division of Watershed Stewardship manages and protects the state’s soil, water and coastlines. It uses a comprehensive array of watershed-based programs to ensure proper stewardship of Delaware’s natural resources. The division protects and maintains the state’s shoreline and navigable waterways. It regulates changes to coastal and urban lands. It develops and implements innovative