Feeding Local Families in Their Time of Need

Thanks to a generous donation offered this month by Micro Summit Processors, a USDA-inspected meat processor located in Micro, NC, SWC was able to support the mission of the Harnett Food Pantry, Harnett County Partnership for Children, and the Harnett Emergency Food and Shelter Program by coordinating receipt of more than 900 pounds of high-quality … More Feeding Local Families in Their Time of Need

Volunteers Needed!

We still need additional volunteers to cover all that needs to be done to make this inaugural Kids in Nature Day event a day to remember for hundreds of kids in the Triangle. Response from the community has been incredible, with over 600 people registered, more than half of them kids. We especially need help … More Volunteers Needed!

Let’s Take a Virtual Tour of the Amazing Galapagos Islands!

Please join us on Thursday, May 5, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. as we join South Wake Conservationist Vice President John Kinsella on a virtual tour of the incredible Galapagos Islands! Mr. Kinsella toured the islands a few weeks ago and is happy to share his experiences with the awesome wildlife that he encountered! You can … More Let’s Take a Virtual Tour of the Amazing Galapagos Islands!

SWC and Brice Law Meet the Earth Day Challenge!

Every year, EarthShare matches up corporations and non-profits in both the Raleigh and Charlotte areas to participate in a variety of workdays to make a positive impact on our natural environment. This year, South Wake Conservationists was matched up with seven enthusiastic volunteers from the environmental law practice of The Law Offices of F. Bryan … More SWC and Brice Law Meet the Earth Day Challenge!

South Wake Conservationists Contribute to Spring Litter Sweep!

On April 9, 2022 a group of South Wake Conservationists made a substantial contribution to Harnett County’s “Keep Harnett Beautiful Spring Litter Sweep.” The group collected 437 pounds of trash along roadways in Lillington. The effort will also add to the North Carolina Wildlife Federation’s habitat restoration program by authorizing the planting of 17 trees!