Delaware Nature Society
|Our mission is to connect people with the natural world to improve our environment through education, advocacy and conservation. Instilling an understanding and appreciation for the environment and the important role that every individual plays in its ability to thrive has
become paramount to the survival of future generations. We believe that healthy ecosystems are a right of all
people and improving them is a responsibility that we share.|
|Land Trust Alliance Member Since||2000|
|Adopted 2004 S&P||Yes|
|Adopted 2017 S&P*||Pending|
|Number of Full-time Staff||1|
|Number of Supporters||2,538|
|Land Protection Priorities||Important natural areas or wildlife habitats; Water quality, including wetlands; Scenic views or landscapes|
*Indicates adoption of the 2017 Land Trust Standards and Practices
Counties of Operation
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