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Wounded Nature Working Veterans

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Wounded Nature - Working Veterans is run out of a house in Mt. Pleasant. Due to volunteers coming and going and having a golden retriever mascot things get dirty quickly. Our 19 foot boat also gets dirty whenever we use it to scout or do cleanups.

If you would like to get some exercise and enjoy some company one morning a week, please send me an email: rudy @

Wounded Nature - Working Veterans is an IRS approved 501c3. We use veterans and volunteers to clean hard to access coastal areas that are critical to wildlife populations.

Rudy Socha
Wounded Nature - Working Veterans
rudy @

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About Wounded Nature Working Veterans


P.O. Box 20363, Charleston, SC 29413, US

Mission Statement

Wounded Nature - Working Veterans assembles volunteer boaters and veterans to remove debris from hard to reach coastal areas designated by Fish and Wildlife Service and Department of Natural Resources as critical wildlife areas. Our goal is to increase the amount of domestic fish, shrimp and shellfish stocks.


Currently most beaches and rivers adjacent to major cities are staging annual clean-ups through the use of volunteers and efforts organized by various non-profit groups. However, the areas most important to wildlife: the isolated beaches, bays, and estuaries are not being cleaned up on an annual basis. These are crucial birthing areas for endangered and threatened species. The constant accumulation and breakdown of debris, trash and plastics in these critical areas builds up high toxicity levels, and kills generations of future wildlife.


We'll work with your schedule.


1105 Calm Water CourtMount Pleasant, SC 29464



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  • 4 hurs per week

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