Do you care about Delaware's coast and ocean and the communities that depend on them? Do you want ocean wildlife to be protected? Do you want clean water and shores to fish, dive, surf, kayak, and swim?
If so, show up this Thursday, February 27th at a public meeting held by the newly formed Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Body (RPB) and let your voice be heard!
Thanks so much to the residents of "Protecting Our Indian River" for inviting our chapter to come down to meet with them regarding the proposed Chicken slaughter and processing plant on the former Vlasic site directly across from their neighborhood. A special thanks to Dotty, Ken and Joanne for showing Stephanie around the neighborhood, the beautiful Indian River in their backyards and the brownfield next door.
Our friends at the Delaware Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation are debuting the film "Shored Up" in Delaware!
When: Friday, January 31st at 7pm
Where: Milton Firehall, 116 Front Street
From our friends at Surfrider:
We Need Your Help Collecting Data on Mid-Atlantic Coastal Recreation!
The Delaware Chapter of the Sierra Club has concerns pertaining to the Environmental Impact Statement for the City of Rehoboth Beach proposed ocean outfall. The Environmental Impact Statement recommends a plan for an ocean outfall for treated wastewater from the Rehoboth Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant as “the most technically feasible, cost effective and environmentally friendly alternative.” To accommodate a summer peak flow of 7.2 million gall