Track the latest from DC with new SELC Twitter feed

Important decisions about the Southeast’s natural wonders are often made far away in Washington DC’s halls of power, so in 2007 SELC opened a Capitol Hill office to act as a voice for the South in Congress.

Curious about the latest developments in DC? Our legislative affairs team recently launched a new Twitter feed. Follow @SELC_DC for a unique focus on SELC issues from a federal perspective, including congressional updates, relevant news from the Administration, and legislation that impacts our work.  

 

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