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South Carolina

An ant approaches a leaf.
Beautiful Eyelashes An extreme macro shot of a beautiful tiny jumping spider (most likely a Holoplatys species ) found in the photographer's backyard. © Peter Virag/TNC Photo Contest 2021

Overview

Join TNC in South Carolina for monthly virtual gatherings as part of our Conservation Journeys webinar series. It’s a chance to hear from our leading scientists and outside experts on wildflower identification, migrating birds, drinking water quality and more.

Register for upcoming webinars at the links listed under each event below. You must register to attend — information on how to join the webinar via Zoom will be provided upon registering.

You can also watch previous webinar recordings at the links listed on the next tab.

We hope to see you online soon!


AMAZING ANTS
September 30, 2021 @ 4 p.m. EDT

Let us introduce you to the fascinating world of ants! Zachary Prusak--wildland fire training specialist at the Tall Timbers Research Station, and former manager of TNC's Disney Wilderness Preserve--will cover day-to-day basic behaviors and society, ants in culture and, of course, plenty of amazing pictures. Come with questions!
Register today.

* Check back for additional webinar announcements in the coming weeks. *

NOVEMBER 2020
Creative Giving Strategies During Uncertain Times
How do you make sure you’re making the right moves when it comes to charitable giving and financial planning? Whatever your stage in life, gift planning can benefit you and your loved ones while helping to protect your values and build your legacy. In this webinar, Brett Bluestein--a wealth strategist at U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management--and Ed Cadogan, senior associate director of gift planning for The Nature Conservancy, presented on trends that donors are using to reduce their taxes, make decisions in an uncertain financial climate and even provide income for life.

NOTE: This live event was not recorded.