Seven Bat Facts You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

Have you ever had the chance to see bats flittering in the sky during a warm summer evening? Perhaps, you’ve heard some interesting stories about these nocturnal creatures. But what do you actually know about them? Bats are fascinating and mysterious. They’re one of the most misunderstood creatures on our planet. Did you know that […]

Did You Know? 7 Facts About The Everglades National Park

Today, we’re going to explore one of the most fascinating and unique places in the world: The Everglades. This national park in South Florida is home to a wide variety of plant and animal species that are found nowhere else on earth. Here are seven fascinating facts about the Everglades that you probably didn’t know. […]

an aerial view of the everglades

Release: Pee Dee Tribe Land Acquisition & Green Tie Award

The Pee Dee Indian Tribe is an Indigenous community. They have historical connections to the Pee Dee River region in the Carolinas. The Tribe recently acquired an impressive 76.91 acres of land. This land includes 53.57 acres of wetlands and 23.34 acres of untouched forest. In partnership with Dogwood Alliance, the Tribe saved 91.91 acres […]

The Consequences of Overriding Cooper’s Farm Act Veto

This June, a fateful decision echoed through North Carolina’s House of Representatives. This set the stage for an environmental crisis with far-reaching ramifications. NC lawmakers chose to override Governor Roy Cooper’s veto of the Farm Act (SB 582). Lawmakers have opened the door for the devastation of invaluable wetlands. The Farm Act: weakens clean water laws […]

Supreme Court Narrows the Scope of the Clean Water Act

On Thursday, May 25th, the Supreme Court voted to weaken the EPA’s ability to protect our nation’s critical wetlands and clean water. The Supreme Court’s decision exposes our communities to environmental injustices. The Clean Water Act protects America’s: drinking water wetlands lakes rivers Wetlands are our best protection from the worst impacts of climate change. […]