Click here to download a PDF of the 2008 Reporter.
Delaware’s many coastal resources — treasures such as world-class beaches and communities rich with maritime heritage — face pressure from influences such as increasing human populations in coastal areas. Delaware Sea Grant and its many partners are working to confront those challenges.
Learn about Delaware Sea Grant’s research and educational activities in its annual publication, Reporter. Published by the University of Delaware's College of Marine and Earth Studies (CMES), Reporter is a lively, informative, illustrated update that encourages Delawareans to become informed, get involved, and stay connected through the various programs of the college and Sea Grant.
The annual report, which contains articles on water quality, seafood safety, flood and storm awareness, and horseshoe crab conservation, will be distributed to the public as an insert in The Wilmington News Journal on Tuesday, June 17. To view the publication June 17 or thereafter, click here.
The 2008 Reporter also highlights community members who work with Sea Grant to tackle some of the state’s coastal challenges. Readers are introduced to partners including a historian, an oyster gardener, and a teacher, all of whom take on different coastal challenges in their daily lives. Their efforts demonstrate that anyone — not just scientists and environmental experts — can help our coastal environment.
To find out how you too can “become part of the coastal solution,” get your issue of Reporter on June 17.
To learn more about the Delaware Sea Grant College Program, visit www.deseagrant.org. For more about CMES, visit www.ocean.udel.edu.