Edisto Island Preservation Alliance

Links on Edisto and Beyond


While many excellent links are contained within our site
there are others we can recommend to you.

The following link is from Jo O'Keefe a frequent visitor, photographer
and marine naturalist

http://www.okeefes.org/Barrier_Islands/Edisto_Island/
Edisto_Island_Page_5/Edisto_Island_Page_5.htm

This link takes you to the blog of a recent visitor to Edisto. If anyone
wonders why people come here he answers that question eloquently!

http://twohometowns.wordpress.com/2008/06/04/time-and-tide/

This blog by Charlotte Hutson Wrenn centers on Charleston but
frequently references Edisto, a place she obviously loves
dearly and her new home.

http://charlottehutson.wordpress.com/

If you are interested in more news about Edisto the
Charleston Post and Courier frequently runs
articles about what's happening here. You can access them
by visiting this link and searching for "Edisto"

The Charleston Post and Courier

One great place to learn more about Edisto is through our
Business Members webs

Few organizations have a more beneficial effect on Edisto's way of life than the Edisto Art Guild. Visit their site and become a member.

The Edisto Art Guild

Young people are our futute and nature is a wonderful way
to encourage their love of science. An organization doing
that on Edisto is Learning Through Loggerheads.
To learn more visit their site at
http://www.ltlonline.org/

EIPA Business Members

The following are
organizations whose missions are similar in nature
to EIPA's or places discussing ideas
which may be of interest.

New

The Lowcountry Institute serves the Beaufort area
with many similar goals to EIPA's. Unlike EIPA they
have managed to fund staff which multiplies their
effectiveness. We look to learn from them!


South Carolina Nature Based Tourism
Sometimes called ecotourism, nature-based tourism is a sustainable economic activity that relies on an appreciation of natural and cultural resources, a desire to learn more about them, and behavior that promotes their conservation.


From the author of "Eaarth" and
originator of www.350.com Bill McKibben
http://www.billmckibben.com/

South Carolina Coastal Conservation League
SCCCL

Conservation Voters of South Carolina
Conservation Voters

The alliance between hunters, agriculture, forestry and environmentalists while occasionally contentious has helped us all to speak on critical issues to our legislators with one voice. A new resource centered on forestry came to our
attention recently... take a look...

http://forestrydegree.net/top-100-resources/

http://www.firescience.org/forestry-degree-programs-online/

The Sierra Club's New Web for Homeowners
http://www.sierraclubgreenhome.com/

Edisto Pride an affiliate of Palmetto Pride
and Keep America Beautiful
www.EdistoPride.org

Edisto Spay and Neuter Program Inc.
www.edistospayneuter.com

Charleston County Greenbelt Program
Small Change for Big Change

Sierra Club SC Chapter
SC Sierra Club

Southern Environmental Law Center
SELC

South Carolina Conservation Bank
www.sccbank.gov

Natural Resources Defense Council
http://www.nrdc.org/water/

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-- Nationally --

Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines
Dr. Rob Young
Western Carolina University
Dr. Young and Dr. Orrin Pilkey have recently completed
a new book THE RISING SEA

The Sierra Club
www.Sierraclub.org

National Audubon Society
www.audubon.org

Friends of the Earth
FOTE

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
www.fws.gov

National Wildlife Federation
www.nwf.org

World Wildlife Fund
www.worldwildlife.org

The Nature Conservancy
www.nature.org

The Environmental Defense Fund
www.edf.org

American Bird Conservancy
www.abcbirds.org

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