Archive for September 2015

Town of Williamston Recognized for Excellence in Sustainability

WILLIAMSTON, NC – The Town of Williamston is recognized by Audubon International for their continued commitment to sustainability through recertification as an “Audubon International Certified Sustainable Community.” Brent Kanipe, AICP, Director of Planning, led the effort to maintain certification status for this town and is being recognized for Environmental Stewardship by Audubon International. The Town…

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Town of Williamston Recognized for Excellence in Sustainability

WILLIAMSTON, NC – The Town of Williamston is recognized by Audubon International for their continued commitment to sustainability through recertification as an “Audubon International Certified Sustainable Community.”  Brent Kanipe, AICP, Director of Planning, led the effort to maintain certification status for this town and is being recognized for Environmental Stewardship by Audubon International.  The Town…

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How to Help Those Busy Bees

To anyone who has ever been stung, the idea of actively attracting bees may raise hackles. But a closer look at bees proves that enhancing habitat for native species presents many benefits and poses no harm. Bees vs. Wasps People are generally stung by wasps, like yellow jackets or hornets, or by honey bees, a non-native…

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Audubon International welcomes EYE DOG as a Corporate Sponsor

TROY, NY – Audubon International is proud to partner with EYE DOG from Fredericksburg, VA as a newest corporate sponsor.  EYE DOG uses highly-trained border collies to provide superior, humane, sustainable Canada geese management for golf courses in the Washington DC metropolitan area.   “We are proud to work with EYE DOG because their program for controlling…

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Linne Industries Partners with Audubon International as a Corporate Sponsor

NEWARK, DE – Linne Industries announced that the company has partnered with Audubon International as a corporate sponsor of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP).  Linne Industries supports AI’s mission, particularly programs that work with recreational lands to improve environmental management practices.  Linne’s green products offer dynamic solutions for customers seeking energy saving solutions while…

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Wildlife Corridors

by Tara Pepperman Director of Cooperative Sanctuary Programs for Audubon International. When human development happens, removing existing wildlife habitat is inevitable. This causes habitat to be broken up into small patches where wildlife can have a harder time surviving. When patches become too small, and aren’t easily linked to other areas, many species can become displaced.…

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