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This online, interactive course is designed to help Greenville residents, business owners, and neighborhood leaders understand processes that drive local planning and land use policy decisions, as well as the roles and perspectives of diverse stakeholders. Eight one-hour lunch and learn-style sessions will take place over Zoom beginning on Wednesdays in April.
January 28th, 2021
Together, we installed:
Planting native plants and seeds and lining the bank with matting will help prevent erosion, protect surrounding trees, slow stormwater runoff, prevent unwanted pollutants, and protect wildlife habitat. This project was funded wholly or in part by the US EPA under a Section 319 Grant through SC DHEC to reduce bacteria, nutrient, and sediment pollution in the Tyger River watershed.