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Sen. Chris Coons counted 42 towns that are included in the Delaware River Basin map during a celebration of new funding to improve Delaware’s waterways at Bombay Hook Wildlife Refuge on Friday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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Beth Baker of Greenwood took this photo while kayaking at the back of Griffith’s Lake in Milford on Nov. 5.
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Renovations were ongoing at the historic Allee House at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge on Tuesday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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The emerald ash borer has arrived in Delaware. (Delaware Department of Agriculture)

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Josh Hudson and Roscoe, of DNREC Fish and Wildlife Natural Resources Police, will be based in Sussex County. (DNREC photo)

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The team of Chelsea Allen and River, at left, will operate out of New Castle County. Josh Hudson and Roscoe, at right, will be based in Sussex County. (DNREC photo)

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Brandywine Springs Elementary students acted as water molecules and moved through the water cycle collecting beads at each stop in the cycle such as clouds, glaciers and oceans at DNREC’s Make a Splash Festival. The stops in the cycle were determined by rolling a die. (Delaware State News/Ashton Brown)

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Towne Point Elementary students formed a fire brigade at Tuesday’s Make a Splash Festival at St. Jones Reserve to learn about water conservation. Two teams competed to see which one could get the most water down to a barrel at the end of the line before time expired. (Delaware State News/Ashton Brown)