The City of Clemson puts sustainability at the forefront of conservation efforts - December 4th, 2023

Check out our recent Q&A with Clemson Mayor Robert Halfacre and City Urban and Park Land Management Director Tony Tidwell. They explain some new sustainability projects and other initiatives already underway in Clemson, including Berkeley Orchard, the "Grow a Greener Clemson" campaign, the Monarch USA accreditation, and establishing Clemson as a Certified National Wildlife Habitat. read more

The Steward: Restoration Recap - December 4th, 2023

Read our latest edition of The Steward, Upstate Forever's new digital newsletter for conservation easement landowners, to read about native grass seed collecting, an update from our restoration projects at Rocky River Nature Park in Anderson County, and more. read more

By Lauren Ulich

The Upstate Update: November 2023 - November 29th, 2023

In this month's Upstate Update, we express our gratitude for the support we've received this year, showcase what staff has been up to recently, and remember Rudy Mancke and the enormous impact he had on conservation in South Carolina. read more

The Water Log: November 2023 - November 29th, 2023

Check out the November edition of the Water Log to see updates on recent events we've attended and to learn about how to avoid F.O.G. (fats, oils, and grease) pollution this holiday season. read more

By Erika Hollis

Meet the Team: Land Stewardship Coordinator Ericka Berg - November 14th, 2023

Get to know Upstate Forever's Land Stewardship Coordinator Ericka Berg through a few rapid-fire questions. read more

New conservation easements - November 3rd, 2023

We arepleased to announce our four most recent conservation easements, totaling 317.8 acres protected forever. read more

Ask an Advocate: How does a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling impact Upstate waters? - November 2nd, 2023

Clean Water Director Erika Hollis explains a 2023 Supreme Court ruling weakening wetland protection and what it means for the Upstate. read more

By Erika Hollis

Action Alert: Urge Greenville Co. Council to vote YES on riparian buffer requirements - November 2nd, 2023

There's still time to help ensure Greenville County Council votes to support 50' riparian buffers for new development on all Waters of the State county-wide. read more

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