The Bucks County Audubon Advocacy Committee speaks up for a healthy local environment. The committee is made up of staff and volunteers from Bucks County who know that our residents, local economy, wildlife, water and well being all depend on a clean and sustainable environment.
The advocacy committee meets monthly and we:
- Create and distribute ‘Five in Five’ alerts to help people take 5 actions in 5 minutes – a weekly notice via email and Facebook
- Comment on local, state, and national regulations and legislation
- Work with local governments to encourage sustainable land management practices that help protect wildlife
- Host events on topics ranging from climate change to recycling
Bucks County Audubon advocacy focuses on four main topics: climate change, clean water, education, and habitat and wildlife protection.
During this time of social-distancing and self-isolation, please stay healthy and keep others safe by making your voice heard through social media! Become a part of a Photo Petition for 100% renewable energy (Bucks Audubon is still excited to go solar!). More information can be found on our Photo Petition Page (click button at right).
To learn more about our areas of focus, read our position statements by clicking on image below: