A podcast representing the flora and fauna of Sussex County, Delaware to help us all better understand and value how plants and animals contribute to quality of life in our county.
Episode 1. Meet the Board of Directors of the Sussex Preservation Coalition to hear their connections to Sussex County and their motivations to form the Coalition.
Release Date: 4/22/23
Series: The Importance of Trees
Episode 2. From the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays, Christophe Tulou, Executive Director, and Meghan Noe Fellows, Director of Estuary Science and Restoration, discuss the value of trees as they filter pollutants from our rivers, streams, and bays. These experts also shed light on the ways in which trees protect against erosion and flooding, and the importance of trees as wildlife habitats.
Release Date: 5/6/23
Episode 3. Chip Smith, formerly of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works responsible for overseeing the Army Corps of Engineers and environmental restoration/protection programs, projects, and activities is also a member of the Bethany Beach Landowners Association Board. He talks about how trees enhance our lives and properties in Sussex County, stressing the critical environmental and economic functions and services provided by mature trees.
Release Date: 5/20/23
Episode 4. Sussex County Government 101. This episode demystifies Sussex County government and helps listeners determine how they can make their voices count in government decisions. SPC President Jane Gruenebaum interviews Vice President Jill Hicks, whose own activism has led her to delve into the structures of government and determine easy ways to interact with decision makers.
Release Date: 6/2/2023