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.
The 2018 ForeverGreen Awards Luncheon will be February 27th, 2018 at the Greenville Embassy Suites. Our keynote speaker this year is Cheri Chastain, Sustainability Manager for Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
We’ve filed an appeal against the Pickens County Planning Commission about a proposed 254-home subdivision on the side of Glassy Mountain, a rare geologic formation and a Pickens Icon.
Our Land Trust recently closed a conservation easement on Hester Dairy Farm. Upstate Forever protects over 21,000 acres on 114 properties across the Upstate through voluntary conservation easements.