DOVER, Del. (AP) - Delaware officials are calling for volunteers to help clean up storm damage from Hurricane Sandy at Delaware State Parks.
The Department of Natural Resources and Environment says volunteers are needed statewide from Wilmington to state parks on the seashore. They need people to help remove downed limbs and debris and to make sure public areas are all safe and accessible.
Officials say there are volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups. They are asking volunteers to sign up on the state parks website.
Delaware State Parks: http://destateparks.com/Sandy
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