Join Our Virtual Citizens Planning Academy

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.

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Woodruff Road: What Worked? What Didn't? - August 28th, 2018

To many, Woodruff Road has become the poster child for traffic congestion in the Upstate – and how not to grow and evolve. Read how this notoriously clogged thoroughfare came to be in this in-depth case study from the Shaping Our Future Growth Alternatives Analysis. read more

Where Did Net Metering Go? - August 18th, 2018

The rules for residential solar for Duke customers in the Upstate changed dramatically on August 1. Here's how and why - and what's next. read more

By Shelley Robbins

Legislative Wrap Up - July 12th, 2018

What happened with Energy? The Conservation Bank? read more

By Shelley Robbins

What can Greenville learn from Charlotte? - June 21st, 2018

Meg Fencil of Sustain CLT discusses how Greenville can learn from Charlotte's successes and mistakes when it comes to traffic, transit, and land use policies. read more

Local Farms, Local Food: Part 7 - May 28th, 2018

The Farmacy, the Happy Berry, and Travelers Rest Farmers Market weigh in on what a thriving local food scene means to the Upstate. read more

By Guest Contributors

Local Farms, Local Food: Part 6 - May 24th, 2018

Possum Kingdom Kreamery and Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery talk about why farms and local food are so important to the Upstate's special character. read more

By Guest Contributors

'Memory recall & memory making' - May 15th, 2018

High Meadows, an Upstate Forever-protected cattle farm in Abbeville County, doubles as a quail hunting preserve. read more

By Pam Barber

Local Farms, Local Food: Part 5 - May 11th, 2018

Hub City Co-op, Kaland Farms, and Old Paths Farm weigh in on what a thriving local food scene means to the Upstate. read more

By Guest Contributors

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