Inaugural Resilient and Sustainable Communities Summit Attracts 22 Delaware Communities
More than 250 stakeholders from Delaware agencies, academic institutions, non-profits and, critically, 22 local Delaware communities turned out Nov. 27 for the inaugural Delaware Resilient and Sustainable Communities Summit.
The event was sponsored by Delaware Sea Grant (DESG), the...Read more
2017 Annual Report | Volume 36
I am pleased to share with you Delaware Sea Grant’s annual report, which highlights the ways the...Read more
Coastal Delaware Resiliency Report-Response, recovery and adaptation by the tourism industry to natural hazards and climate change
The Delaware Tourism Resiliency report outlines ways the tourism industry can prepare for flooding and other associated effects of climate change. The 29-page document, is a collaborative effort between DESG and UD’s Sustainable Coastal Community Initiative. The report, available in a...Read more
Sea Talk Video - Coastal Communities - Laurel project
This is Sea Talk: Ocean News from the University of Delaware.
The waters of Broad Creek flow through the Town of Laurel, serving as a scenic focal point in the heart of town. A project aimed at improving water quality in the creek and the wider Chesapeake Bay watershed led Delaware Sea...Read more
2016 Delaware Sea Grant Annual Report
The Delaware Sea Grant College Program’s 2016 edition of the Reporter newsletter highlights the many ways that Sea Grant scientists are serving the Delaware coast. Published annually, Reporter encourages readers to become informed, get involved and stay connected through the...Read more
Annual report highlights Delaware Sea Grant’s 40th anniversary
In 1966, President Lyndon Johnson signed the National Sea Grant College and Program Act into law, establishing the Sea Grant program and signaling an era of increased interest in the ocean as an important national priority. Now, 50 years later, 33 Sea Grant programs across the U.S. “put science...Read more
2016 Annual Report | Volume 35
Welcome to the Delaware Sea Grant (DESG) annual report for FY ’16. Let’s begin with a little history. In 1966 the...Read more
Freshwater Mussels: What are they and how can we help them?
Friday, August 5, 2016 - 9:00am
UD students presented the Leipsic Town Council with revitalization plans
At a meeting held May 2, undergraduate students Nikki Ferrante, Olivia Kirkpatrick, Sarah Morales, Hunter Perry, Matt Tjaden and Austin Virdin presented the Leipsic Town Council with initial concepts to revitalize and redesign existing landscaping and open areas surrounding the Leipsic Town Hall...Read more