A bend in the creek at the Taylors Bridge Roberts Farm (New Castle County)
Horseshoe Crabs Spawning at Milford Neck (Kent County)
Fall colors in the Great Cypress Swamp (Sussex County)
Misty morning at Augustine Creek (New Castle County)
Freshwater wetlands restoration at Betts Farm (New Castle County)
Trussum Pond lands conveyed to State of Delaware (Sussex County)
Great Egret perched in the Marsh at Milford Neck
Aerial view of the Great Cypress Swamp (Sussex County)
Geese take flight at Taylor’s Bridge (New Castle County)
Sunset in the Great Cypress Swamp (Sussex County)
Our Land Conservation Approach
Delaware Wild Lands’ approach to conservation is unique, blending tradition with innovation.
We leverage investments in conservation and pursue strategic initiatives that are built on more than 50 years of restoration experience and land ownership in all three of Delaware’s counties.
And our conservation projects get results.
We have a small, but dedicated staff, and many neighbors and friends who contribute to our success and share our commitment to conserving and restoring the lands and waters that make Delaware beautiful.
Highlights & Happenings
These are uncertain times, but that doesn’t mean Delaware Wild Lands has stopped our work. Please enjoy THIS MESSAGE from our Executive Director Kate Hackett about one of our recent tree plantings and our ongoing efforts to preserve, protect, and enhance Delaware’s natural beauty. VIDEOembedded below as well.
We’re proud to partner with The Nature Conservancy in Maryland, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Ducks Unlimited on restoration of the Pocomoke River Floodplain. Check out WBOC’s Outdoors Delmarva segment on the work HERE!