Photograph by Samantha Ixcot from Hialeah, FL, winner of the 2016 SEEC Nature Photography Contest.
SEEC partnered with the Dogwood Alliance for Storytelling Night at Motorco Music Hall on July 27th, helping to bring together the community with a fun and informative time. Read more about Storytelling Night here!
Founder and Past Executive President, Kenneth Xu, jokingly hugs his favorite tree. Read more about Kenneth’s passion for environmentalism.
SEEC attended Paul Ehrlich’s talk on “Surviving the Sixth Mass Extinction.” Here’s what we thought.
Stuart Pimm, a world leader in conservation biology and the Doris Duke Professor of Conservation Ecology, kicked off the SEEC Colloquium Series at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics with an engaging talk in front of an overflowing crowd!
Keshav is from Cary, NC, and is extremely dedicated to helping teach people about the environment and how to protect it! He has helped out with various SEEC fundraisers, activism events, outreach, and more!
SEEC is a strong proponent of going outside whenever you have the chance! Here’s proof that nature truly makes us healthier.
Farms in Eastern North Carolina continue to recover from the devastating effects of Hurricane Matthew. The neglected issue of Eastern North Carolina’s water quality poses a danger to residents, as the amount of animal waste from farms that contaminated rivers and other bodies of water was largely underestimated.
At the 2016 NatureWay Charity Summer Camp, some campers created their own compost bins as a guided science project. Through composting, kids gain an awareness of their roles in the world as they learn about how waste is produced and how it could be reduced.
SEEC aims to cultivate environmental literacy by providing unique opportunities for young people to engage in environmentalism.