Aug 9, 2021

We all know that feeling while driving over the bridge to Hilton Head Island, or looking out over the May River in Bluffton. It feels like home.
The natural beauty of the Lowcountry is arguably one of our biggest assets. It’s what drew so many of us to make the move and call this community home.
We’re helping to inform, educate and remind visitors and residents to preserve and protect our environment by leaving no trace when they're enjoying the outdoors.
We also applaud the organizations and individuals who help preserve and protect our environment. Just last week, the Outside Foundation placed 300 bags of recycled oyster shells in local waterways to build new habitats. 

The Sea Turtle Patrol volunteers do tremendous work to help keep Loggerhead Sea Turtle hatchlings safe.

The Town of Bluffton is also putting nature first with its annual May River Cleanup and River Sweep.
We interact with visitors every day. It's humbling to see the Lowcountry through their eyes. They often comment on how absolutely beautiful it is. It's why so many visitors fall in love with the Lowcountry. They head home...we are home. 
Have a great week!



Bill Miles,
President & CEO
Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce

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Bill Miles