Welcome to Audubon's Women in Conservation website where you will meet some of the most influential and important women in today's American conservation and environmental world. The immense talent, expertise and energy of these women is changing everything, advancing the goals and meeting the challenges of our ever more important environmental movement.
Join us in our mission to save the Long Island Sound and promote educational and career opportunities for women in conservation at our special 11th annual Rachel Carson Awards Luncheon on May 20th, 2014 at the Plaza in New York City.
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Women have long played a leading role in the environment. Among the earliest American conservationists was Harriet Hemenway, who in 1896 brought her friends together to defend birds from being slaughtered for their plumes' use in fashion. In doing so, she helped to found the Audubon Society, now over one hundred years old and one of the most effective conservation organizations in the world.
Audubon’s Women in Conservation strives to celebrate the incredible work of female conservationists and environmentalists through the prestigious Rachel Carson Award, and to empower future female leaders through its work in schools and internship program.