Jay Keck

SC Aquarium Hosts Habitat Garden

SC Aquarium Hosts Habitat Garden

SCWF held a wildlife habitat workshop at the SC Aquarium on March 14th, and participants learned information about creating and enhancing wildlife habitat by planting native plants, providing a water source, and adding feeders, nest boxes, etc. and how their own yards can be certified by the National Wildlife Federation. In partnership with the South Carolina Aquarium, and with support from Volvo and Roots N Shoots Nursery, they also installed native plants in front of the Aquarium which provide food, cover and places to raise young for pollinators, birds, and other wildlife. This garden serves a demonstration for visitors to learn how to attract wildlife to their own garden.

Increasing Focus on Wildlife Habitats

Increasing Focus on Wildlife Habitats

The South Carolina Wildlife Federation (SCWF) has named Jay Keck as their new Habitat Education Manager.  In this role, he will plan, coordinate, implement and oversee education programs designed to encourage the creation or enhancement of wildlife habitat in backyards, parks, schoolyards, and business property.