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ation Center (Continued from page 9) In addition to a fun run, crafts, music, and canoeing, the Delaware Division of Natural Resources and Environmental Control unveiled a new upland trail system in the Russell Peterson Urban Wildlife Refuge. The ribbon cutting occurred just 1 year after opening the Jack Markell Trail. DEEC 10 Year Anniversary Funders: Artesian Water, Dogfish Head, DuPont Corporation, EDiS Company, RK&K, and Pike Creek Valley Running Club. Programs at DEEC are provided by the generous funding of numerous partners, foundations and corporations including: Riverfront Development Corporation, Chichester du Pont Foundation, DuPont, BlackRock, SL Gimbel Foundation, William Penn Foundation, Chemours, and individual donors. re open space, and farmland preservation. DelNature also became more active in county and local environmental and land use policy. We worked with 3,000 water warriors, added climate change as one of our priority issues, and fought for the passage of the successful state plastic bag ban. At our Clean Water Rallies, more than 300 Water Warriors and Clean Water Alliance members flooded Legislative Hall in blue in support of Clean Water Funding To learn more, email us at Advocacy@DelNature.org. Photography by Nicholas Tonelli