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The Drainage Program is responsible for over 45 wetland and stream restoration projects, resulting in approximately 180 acres of total restoration and habitat creation. Restoration activities are being put into practice in a variety of locations including: local schools (creating an outdoor classroom), backyards of private landowners (Smith and Battista), marginal agricultural fields, and along Tax Ditches (Duke Jobs, Solberg, and Haines).
Please take a moment to say hello to our restoration mascot "Wetland Willie" on the way to viewing some past projects showcased below.
If you are interested in assistance with Wetland or Channel Restoration, please contact:
DNREC Division of Watershed Stewardship
89 Kings Highway
Dover, DE 19901