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New Executive Leadership for Audubon South Carolina
— Former National Audubon Society Vice President of Political Affairs, Justin Stokes, takes talents to the Palmetto State
Audubon South Carolina Names New Director for Beidler Forest Audubon Center and Sanctuary
— Audubon alum Matt Johnson tapped to oversee this Dorchester County gem; Nolan Schillerstrom promoted to Coastal Program Associate
Elementary School Students Protect Beach Wildlife
— Creativity and conservation keynote Sullivan’s Island shorelines.
South Carolina Senate approves SC Energy Freedom Act
— Audubon South Carolina Applauds the Senate for its leadership
Energy Freedom Act Advances: Audubon South Carolina Urges Full Senate Passage
— In response to the S.C. Senate Judiciary Committee's vote today to pass the SC Energy Freedom Act, H.3659.
Audubon South Carolina plants 215,000 native seedlings to improve storm water management, naturally regenerate South Carolina landscapes
— Audubon encourages the use of green infrastructure as a proactive solution to flood management and habitat restoration.
Audubon South Carolina's Statement on Today's Vote on S.C. House Bill 3659
— A bill that would create greater competition in South Carolina’s energy marketplace and increase access to renewable energy sources.
Audubon South Carolina Praises House Committee Vote on Solar Energy and Urges House of Representatives to Pass Energy Freedom Act
— Audubon South Carolina has been a leading advocate for comprehensive energy reform legislation that would open up South Carolina’s energy marketplace to more competition and increased access to renewable energy sources such as solar.
Audubon South Carolina Urges Energy Reform in 2019 State Legislature
— Expansion of solar energy production good for birds
Audubon South Carolina welcomes new leadership to management team
— Timothy Evans joins the organization as statewide Forest Manager and Alma Busby-Williams joins as Center Manager at Audubon Center and Sanctuary at Francis Beidler Forest.
There's plenty we can do to help South Carolina birds thrive!