EECI @ Sea Witch
On Saturday, October 26, 2019, EECI joined Rehoboth Beach’s free family-friendly Halloween celebration, the Sea Witch Festival. The Envirotech staff shared their knowledge of aquatic critters found in the ponds of Delaware. The touch tank and tables were educational to both children and adults. The dragonfly nymphs, crawfish and frogs were a big hit with the children, and the fact that they could touch and hold the critters, kept our booth “hopping”.
Envirotech joined the community at Coast Day on October 6, 2019 ~ University of Delaware, Hugh R. Sharp Campus ~ Lewes, DE. Envirotech staff was on hand to provide educational outreach and information on the services offered to the community.
Maryland Coastal Bays Program ~ Bay Day at Ocean Pines took place on Sunday, Sept. 8, at White Horse Park in Ocean Pines.
Bay Day is a large environmental festival with hands-on activities and educational exhibits that teach watershed residents how they can make a positive impact on the coastal bays.
This event drew a lot of people and had very positive effects of being more conscious of individual's actions.
"When a community comes together, things take root in order to improve our environment."
Photos by Laurie Smoker Photography
Delaware Botanic Gardens : Bugs and Beer
Learn what is in your community's Stormwater management ponds and the ecological significance of your community's Stormwater pond!
Join us at this fun and fulfilling event hosted by out lead aquatic biologist Todd Fritchman, M.S.