Making Charleston Wilder.
Caroline Bradner is a South Carolina native who has spent the last 10 years calling the Lowcountry her home. She was first welcomed into the Coastal Expeditions family as a guide in 2014, and, thanks to her deep passion for our work, she quickly climbed the ranks to become a top guide connecting people with wildlife and wild places throughout our region. Between days spent exploring, teaching, and growing on the undeveloped barrier islands of the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, and nights under the stars in the great Santee Delta, Caroline’s love for our environment and dedication to protecting it deepened.
Caroline spent the past two and a half years working with the Coastal Conservation League, a local environmental advocacy organization, where, as Land, Water & Wildlife Project Manager, she worked to get harmful plastic trash out of our creeks, rivers, and marshes, to restore critical nesting habitat for seabirds using dredged sand that would otherwise be dumped offshore, and to protect the integrity of our ecosystems in the face of rapid coastal development.
Now, her love and knowledge of the Lowcountry and her skill set as an environmental advocate come together in her role as Executive Director of the Coastal Expeditions Foundation.
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