Friday, February 11, 2011

SCWF Names New Board Members and Chairman

The South Carolina Wildlife Federation has added four board members and announced the election of a new Chairman.

Dan Scheffing resides in the midlands town of Andrews and serves as the Senior Project Manager of Sabine and Waters' Forestry Division, a consulting firm for the forestry and environmental sector. He has been elected as the new Chairman of SCWF.

On  helping SCWF achieve its mission, Scheffing states
“With a life long interest in the natural world - it's been my vocation as well as my avocation - it's an honor and a welcome challenge to be selected to lead the SCWF Board for the next two years.  Association with the oldest conservation group in SC is rewarding and being asked to play a leadership role with that group is humbling.  The challenges around advocating the important issues that face our natural heritage, particularly during very tough economic times, will demand the talents and efforts of the Board and our very capable Staff.  I look forward to being part of that process.”

The news board members are Valerie Carter-Stone of West Columbia; William Fairey of Charlotte, NC; Peyton Sasnett of Columbia, SC; and Ed Wilson, also of Columbia.

The SCWF is the oldest statewide conservation organization, and is looking forward to a successful year-their 80th-with the addition of these new board members.

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