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Upstate Forever is seeking a Land Policy Grassroots Specialist to join our Land Planning & Policy program staff. Applications for this role must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on March 31, 2023.
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.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill out the Volunteer Application and Waiver form and send it to Cathy Bester at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Upstate Forever is seeking a Land Policy Grassroots Specialist to join our Land Planning & Policy program staff. This specialist is responsible for community engagement and outreach efforts to mobilize citizens to advocate for land policies that balance economic development with other community priorities, including access to safe green spaces and clean water, expanded housing and mobility options, and/or more equitable outcomes for all Upstate residents. Learn more and apply now
Upstate Forever does not have internships on a regular schedule, but we do occasionally engage interns for specific projects based on qualifications and availability. If you would like to be considered for future opportunities, please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
The transformation of this inactive rail line into a 31-mile trail is one step closer to reality. We are pleased to announce that an agreement with Norfolk Southern has been reached to sell the Saluda Grade line.
Join us to celebrate the Upstate's conservation leaders! Early bird tickets are now available for our ForeverGreen Annual Awards Luncheon and 25th anniversary celebration on Monday, April 24.
Six properties totaling 735 acres in Anderson, Greenville, and Pickens Counties were recently protected. These lands will be protected in perpetuity through conservation easements.
The latest edition of our twice-yearly publication explores the ways conservation and economic development in the Upstate can go hand-in-hand, in addition to sharing the latest news from our team.
To realize our vision of a future that is healthy, vibrant, and prosperous for the Upstate, we know it is vitally important and essential to our core values that we engage the diverse community we serve.
Your planned gift can help us achieve our goals for current and future generations, while you enjoy a wide variety of tax benefits.