On SC Arbor Day, December 7th, SCWF Habitat Education Manager, Jay Keck, took a couple classes from Richland School District One’s Heyward Technology Center to Harbison State Forest to talk birds and snakes, plant native perennials and trees, and to take a nature walk.
Check out our 2017 Year in Review video! Thank you to all of our donors and sponsors who make our education and conservation programs possible! SCWF's mission is to conserve and restore South Carolina's wildlife and wildlife habitat through education and advocacy. Please consider making a donation and helping us to continue, and to expand, these programs in 2018! Donate online through our secure giving portal here.
Your tax-deductible gift today will give us an important boost as we look to make 2018 the best year in our history! As we leave 2017, our hope for 2018 is that we can continue to grow more effective in boldly representing ALL outdoor enthusiasts. We have been working hard to plan for the new year, and those plans center around reaching new members of all types of backgrounds. We are working on debuting new events to bring supporters together, strengthening our forces and making us unstoppable in the fight for conservation and advocacy.