While the Reedy River has become a hub for recreation in downtown Greenville, some residents believe it needs more access points outside the city.
Save Our Saluda has partnered with Greenville County and other stakeholders to reduce sediment runoff in a watershed used by thousands of residents.
White has joined the Mayors National Climate Action Agenda, a coalition committed to carrying out the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.
Students are on a mission to help the planet by transforming food waste into soil.
Furman University is one step closer to reducing its carbon footprint.
The expansion will provide a corridor of protected properties from the North Carolina state line to Oak Grove Road in northern Greenville County.
The river has experienced severe pollution since the early 1900s. Now the students hope their creation can provide a boost to local conservation efforts.
Greenville County has launched a new litter control program designed to improve cleanliness along streets.
The environmental advocacy group has challenged a ruling by FERC approving a 55-mile natural gas pipeline that would run through Spartanburg County.
After 12 years, environmentalist and community educator Nancy Fitzer leaves Greenville’s Upstate Forever
For more than a decade, Nancy Fitzer has been the voice of Greenville’s Upstate Forever, one of South Carolina’s most influential environmental groups.
A former tree farm in Pauline is now protected through a partnership between Upstate Forever and a Spartanburg County landowner.
The conference aims to create a healthy local food system through sustainable growing methods.
Greenville’s Upstate Forever recently honored the area’s most impressive environmental projects with its annual “ForeverGreen Awards” luncheon.
Valeska Minkowski hopes to farm shrimp in Greenville and sell to local restaurants.