Recently Protected: 101 acres in Southern Greenville County

July 1st, 2024

We're thrilled to announce the recent protection of Hereford Hill Farm in Greenville County!

Hereford Hill Farm is a 101-acre working ranch owned and operated by brothers Donnie and Rickey King. Located in Southern Greenville County, the farm has been in the family since their father purchased the land upon his return from WWII. Today, it is a summer pastureland to 50 Hereford cattle.

This pocket of the Upstate is facing unprecedented residential and commercial development pressure. In addition to permanently protecting the property’s scenic values in the face of rapid growth, the conservation of Hereford Hill Farm contributes to local water quality, as the land contains more than 6,600 feet of tributary streams in the Saluda River Watershed.

This conservation project was made possible through funding from the Greenville County Historic and Natural Resources TrustSouth Carolina Conservation Bank, and Upstate Land Conservation Fund.

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