Sharon Richardson

Audubon South Carolina Executive Director

Articles by Sharon Richardson

Audubon SC thanks Davis
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Audubon SC thanks Davis

— Without his voice of reason and perseverance, South Carolinians would still be lacking a much-needed, comprehensive energy reform policy.
Energy Freedom
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Energy Freedom

— As the sponsor of the S.C. Energy Freedom Act, Rep. McCoy was instrumental in guiding the legislation through the House committee process and securing its unanimous passage of the bill on the House floor.
A Win For South Carolina Birds and the Economy
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A Win For South Carolina Birds and the Economy

— The near-unanimous passage of the Energy Freedom Act across the House and Senate is in no small part thanks to the passionate appeals of Audubon advocates like you from across the state— through phone calls and letters, emails and in-person conversations with elected officials.
A new chapter of leadership for Audubon South Carolina’s Board of Advisors
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A new chapter of leadership for Audubon South Carolina’s Board of Advisors

— Audubon SC is pleased to announce Hank W. Stallworth, Sr., will serve as 2019 Chairman of the Board
A Proposal for Heart's Work
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A Proposal for Heart's Work

— In honor of the 50th anniversary of the conservation partnership that led to the protection of some of the state’s most valuable and iconic land, Dr. J. Drew Lanham shares his heartfelt reflections on the moral imperative we all share to be ethical stewards of nature.
How S.C. solar energy proposals would benefit consumers — and wildlife
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How S.C. solar energy proposals would benefit consumers — and wildlife

— By adopting the SC Energy Freedom act, South Carolina has the opportunity to be at the forefront of our nation’s renewable energy revolution, while creating high-demand jobs, generating millions of dollars in investment, and easing the transition away from emissions-heavy energy production.
Fashion, Feathers, and Audubon
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Fashion, Feathers, and Audubon

— Celebrating the surprising connections between John James Audubon, two determined Boston socialites, and the Audubon Society of South Carolina.
Audubon South Carolina's Leadership Team is Growing
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Audubon South Carolina's Leadership Team is Growing

— On behalf of Audubon South Carolina, I am very pleased to share that we have added two wonderful new leaders to our management team.
A ray of hope for Crab Bank and coastal birds
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A Ray of Hope for Crab Bank

— For more than half a century, Crab Bank in Mt. Pleasant has served as a valuable rookery for shorebirds and seabirds. With the future of this Seabird Sanctuary in peril, Audubon is part of an all-hands effort to save this vital habitat for birds.