Upstate Forever is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization relying on generous contributions from people like you. Here’s how you can help Upstate Forever defend your natural resources and promote balanced growth.
Upstate Forever currently offers the following categories of volunteering work:
You can also become a citizen water monitor through the SC Adopt A Stream program, which is led in partnership by SC Department of Health and Environmental Control and the CU Center for Watershed Excellence. Upstate Forever was instrumental in advocating for a statewide Adopt A Stream program and continues to provide support by leading periodic volunteer training sessions.
There are no available internships at this time.
Pipelines 101 is a four-part webinar series about the regulations, construction, land use implications, and engagement options surrounding FERC-regulated proposed natural gas pipelines.
Nearly 200 people attended the Greenville Housing Forum to learn how "missing middle" housing can help meet increased demand for walkable, affordable urban living.
Learn how Upstate Forever, Greenville County and City, GHS, and other partners fought tooth and nail to bring the game-changing GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail to life.
Is donating directly from a qualified IRA still possible under the new tax laws? Yes! Attorney Cary Hall explains how the new tax code could impact your giving.
Check out our blueway maps to find river access locations, recommended skill levels, river rapids, recommended flow levels and other useful information.
Your voice is needed as Greenville City and County update their Comprehensive Plans this year! Join our comp plan mailing list to receive updates and alerts on how you can participate.