Where Are Sunny Southeast Members?

As you travel through the Sunny Southeast, why not stop and visit a fellow interpreter at one of the many sites where NAI members work and volunteer?

This project is just getting started! To add your site to the map, click here (new sites may take a few days to appear). To learn more about each site, click on the map image to go full-screen, then click on each pink marker for details about each site.

View NAI Sunny Southeast Region Map in a full screen map

Photo gallery of Sunny Southeast sites:

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4 thoughts on “Where Are Sunny Southeast Members?

  1. Im in Georgia and am NAI certified. How do I become a Sunny Southeasterner? I am tired of being a “Chilly Georgian”…

    • Hi, Sandy! Just be sure you’ve joined NAI national or renewed your membership, which you can do by visiting this link: http://bit.ly/1Ao8Jf1. When you join you should be able to choose a Region – just pick the Sunny Southeast! If you still have questions, you can call the national office (888-900-8283), or if you’ve joined and just want to get more involved in the Region, you could contact the Georgia state coordinator, Randy Smith, at 706-613-3615, rcsmith89@bellsouth.net, or our region’s director, Jose (“Pepe”) Chavez at Jose.Chavez@MecklenburgCountyNC.gov. I hope that helps and that the whole southeast thaws out soon and lives up to its name!

  2. Hi all,

    I’m currently performing an SCA/AmeriCorps internship on the Francis Marion National Forest in South Carolina. I have worked as an environmental educator and cultural interpreter through agencies such as Texas Parks and Wildlife. I am also a Natural Leader through the Children & Nature Network. I am looking to receive my CIG certification and was advised to this website in search of possible scholarship opportunities. If anyone knows of such a thing, please contact me! jamiepinckard91@gmail.com

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