Celebrate spring with native plant sale!

Celebrate the return of spring at the 12th Annual Gardening for the Bays Native Plant Sale on Saturday, April 30, from 9 a.m.- 1p.m. at James Farm Ecological Preserve on Cedar Neck Road in Ocean View. The native flowers, ferns, grasses, trees and shrubs for sale are the main attraction, but the event also offers guided walks on the trails, how-to demonstrations, exhibits, a children’s tent and gardening advice from experts. Sponsored by the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays, the event will host four nurseries selling thousands of plants for sun, shade, wet gardens and sandy soils, wherever your garden grows around the Inland Bays. Participating nurseries include the Inland Bays Garden Center, Roots Nursery and Environmental Concern all offering a full range of flowers, shrubs and trees, and Envirotech offering pond and wetland plants. Early birds can show up at 8 a.m. for a bird walk led by Sharon Lynn of the Sussex Bird Club.
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Garden gets ‘living classroom’

Beer may teach Sussex Countians about the environment and purify water at the same time. The Dogfish Head Companies donated $30,000 in January to the Delaware Botanic Gardens on Pepper Creek near Dagsboro to build a “living outdoor classroom.” Delaware Botanic Gardens Vice President Raymond Sander said the feature is not a traditional classroom, but an area of “constructed wetlands.” Designers from Envirotech Environmental Consulting of Lewes will simulate a natural freshwater intermittent wetland, attracting the sorts of wildlife that would naturally be found there.
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South Bethany Starts Water Diffusers - The Wave

Work has begun on a project that may improve the quality of water in the town’s canals.

The town partnered with Milton-based Envirotech Environmental Consulting to install a set of six diffusers within
the first 1,100 feet of the Petherton Canal closest to Route 1.

Town councilman George Junkin, who chairs the town’s Water Quality Committee, said the goal of the project is to
increase the amount of dissolved oxygen in the canal so that fish can survive.
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CIB Native Plant Sale - Cape Gazette

Ocean View - Envirotech participated in the 10th Annual Native Plant Sale on May 3, 2014 held by the Center for the Inland Bays.

Managing Stormwater - Rehoboth Beach

Managing storm water run off in a place like Rehoboth Beach can be quite a challenge. Find out how the city copes with that challenge and how you can help.
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DNREC Gives Rehoboth Lakes an "A"

Envirotech Environmental Consulting Inc. was contracted to design, implement and maintain a comprehensive plan to return Lake Gerar to a functional, fresh-water ecosystem with improved aesthetic and environmental value.
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Envirotech at Earth Day

Envirotech provided educational outreach on Earth Day at Delaware State University.
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Fighting Rising Sea Levels: Pros and Cons of Phragmites

President Todd Fritchman gives his expert opinion on invasive phragmites on our coastlines.
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