Amy Armstrong, Executive Director and General Counsel of the South Carolina Environmental Law Project to speak
On Thursday, March 10, the Seabrook Island Natural History Group will present Amy Armstrong, Executive Director and General Counsel of the South Carolina Environmental Law Project (SCELP), speaking on important environmental issues facing coastal Carolina. Ms. Armstrong was a staff attorney at SCELP for over eight years prior to assuming her present position. She received her B.S. in Biology from the University of Michigan in 1992 and began work with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. In 2002, she graduated from University of South Carolina with a Juris Doctor and Master’s in Earth and Environmental Resource Management. She currently serves on the Coastal Community Foundation Board and is Chair of the Bunnelle Foundation. She is also a Liberty Fellow and serves as a municipal court judge for the City of Georgetown.
Ms. Armstrong has been actively involved with important local issues such as the Captain Sam’s Spit and the proposed seismic testing for offshore oil and gas reserves.
Refreshments 7:00 PM Program 7:30 PM Lake House
All Seabrook Island residents and guests are welcome. There is a $5 donation which is waived for SINHG members. Information about future programs and SINHG membership can be found at the SINHG web site, sinhg.org.
Submitted by Phyllis Harper