Our chapter is a leader in speaking up for just and equitable policies that help birds and people.
We committed to ensuring that the Public Utilities Commission creates an equitable and inclusive carbon reduction plan to implement the new clean energy law.
We continued advocating to protect family landowners and help them access conservation funding by asking the senate to pass House Bill 367, Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act.
We continued to ask the house to pass Senate Bill 628, Native Plants Right to Work Act, that would require native plants to be used on state property and all projects that receive state funding for landscaping.
Become an Audubon Ambassador. Audubon Ambassadors are trained to engage in issue campaigns on topics like clean energy and native plants. Many also participate in our annual Advocacy Day at the NC General Assembly, but it’s not required. Contact us at [email protected] to learn more.
Represent Wake Audubon at an information table. Help spread the word about what we do and how to get involved. Training will be provided on site. Learn more at [email protected]
Check out Audubon’s Climate Action Guide for more ways to ensure that future generations get to experience a variety of birds when they step out the door in the morning https://www.audubon.org/climate-action-guide
Visit the National Audubon Society to let federal lawmakers know that birds matter to you.