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  • The Nature Conservancy in Delaware The Nature Conservancy in Delaware

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Mission Statement

The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.

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The Delaware Chapter of The Nature Conservancy was established in 1989. Currently, we own and manage 5,300 acres of land in Delaware and have helped to protect over 30,000 acres across the state. We have 6 preserves - 2 in Kent County and 4 in Sussex. Key landscapes include Delaware Bayshores, Blackbird-Millington Corridor, and the Nanticoke River Watershed. Public trails are available at McCabe and Pemberton Forest preserves in Milton, DE. TNC uses science-based approaches and seeks non-confrontational, programmatic solutions to conservation challenges. We also partner with other conservation organizations and the government to protect important land and waters for nature and people.

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http://nature.org/delaware

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