ENWC Affiliated Centers & Program
- Biological Control of Invasive Plants Research – Our lab focuses on ecological aspects of biological control, especially for control of invasive plants in natural and managed ecosystems.
- Dare to Bee Honey – The UD apiary is home to twenty-two hives translating to some 1.3-2.2 million honey bees, providing pollination services to the surrounding fields and gardens. The resident honeybees are an active part of the teaching, research and outreach programs in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology.
- FRAME program (Forest Fragments in Managed Ecosystems)– The goal of the FRAME is to provide useful recommendations for improving ecosystem function, with an emphasis on ecosystem services.
- Planthoppers of North America Research – A planthopper is any insect in the infraorder Fulgoromorpha within the Hemiptera. The intent of the site is to provide an updated overview of the current taxonomy and nomenclature of planthoppers north of Mexico, including photos of representatives of all genera within the study area.