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Delaware Wetlands Conference Registration

Registration for the Delaware Wetlands Conference is now open. Register by Nov. 29 for Early Bird pricing. The 2024 Delaware Wetlands Conference offers two days of exploration into a variety of wetland presentations, networking opportunities and hands-on activities. Registration is available online or by sending in a

Sponsors and Exhibitors

Sponsors and exhibitors at the Delaware Wetlands Conference gain visibility across many sectors of the mid-Atlantic. From government organizations to engineering companies, from non-profits to private business professionals, the conference attracts attendees and presenters from throughout the region.
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Presentations and Posters

The call for abstracts for the 2024 Delaware Wetlands Conference is now open. Abstracts for oral presentations are accepted until October 17, 2023. Poster proposals are accepted until December 19, 2023.

Wetlands Conference Archives

This page contains an archive of materials from past Delaware Delaware Wetlands Conferences. Each year, the conference grows and expand to meet the needs of attendees. Please share your thoughts, or questions, with Alison Rogerson, at 302-739-9939. 2020 Delaware Wetlands Conference – Chase Center on the Riverfront, Wilmington, Delaware

The Delaware Wetlands Conference

The next Delaware Wetlands Conference will take place on Feb. 6 and 7 of 2024 at the Chase Center, on the waterfront in Wilmington. The conference planning committee is working on plans for a revitalized event. In previous years, this conference has brought together over 400 attendees, 50 different presentations

Climate + Health Conference

On June 6, 2017, the DNREC Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy hosted the Delaware Climate + Health Conference at the Buena Vista Conference Center in New Castle. The event brought together health and medical professionals, environmental and social groups, and critical services stakeholders to explore the ways