On May 16th our chapter joined our friends at Delaware Surfrider Foundation to take part in the national Hands Across the Sand protest against offshore drilling and for climate solutions. We joined hands at Delaware Seashore State Park in solidarity against offshore seismic testing and drilling.
It's time for Delaware to get with the times and disincentive single-use plastic bags.
Please join us for the Delaware premiere of Ocean Frontiers II, followed by a panel discussion and audience Q & A. In a region steeped in old maritime tradition, the film tells the story of a modern wave of big ships, energy industries and a changing climate, and how people are coming together to plan for a healthy ocean off their coast.
Join us at the Sheraton Atlantic City Hotel Annapolis on Weds. March 18th for a public meeting on proposed offshore drilling off our coast.
We need supporters there to stand up for marine wildlife and our coastal waters threatened by the prospect of these dual threats. During the meeting you will have an opportunity to submit comments on the proposed drilling -- this is your chance to be heard.
What: Public meeting on East Coast offshore drilling
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.