In 1798, John Drayton, an early governor of South Carolina and an amateur botanist, was exploring the peak of Paris Mountain when he discovered a wildflower that he had never seen before.
The Burrell family from Greenville had never gone backpacking before. They had never even gone camping.
In an article published on Jan. 7, 2021, the Greenville Journal asked readers if Greenville County is up to the challenge of protecting our natural resources. The answer to that…
Summer in the South brings a few certainties: bugs, heat and sun, unpredictable weather and the need for staying hydrated.
Foothills Search & Rescue is on-call 24/7/365.
A celebration of life will be held on July 11 at 2 p.m. at the Greenville Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 1135 State Park Road.
Between late May and early July, you really can’t miss seeing them along roadways, fence rows and around old, abandoned homesteads.
The second annual SOUTH CAROLINA SEVEN expedition will kick off in the Upstate on July 1 and end in Charleston on July 30.
One of the oldest conservation groups in the world, the Audubon Society was founded in the 1890s.
Recently, Carolina Triathlon owner Randy McDougald said year-to-date, his bike sales have jumped 300% over pre-pandemic levels.
Lake Keowee runs about 300 shore miles and covers about 18,400 acres with pristine water. It’s large enough and deep enough to attract fishing, water sports and leisure cruising and…
There's a right way to cut your own lavender. Watch Michelle Ducworth show you how it's done.
As good as blackberry wine is, my hands down favorite way to eat blackberries is when they are the star attraction in a cobbler, with a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream. It honestly doesn’t get any better than that.
Caesars Head State Park is now the home of the new Motus Wildlife Tracking Tower that will collect real-time data on bird and wildlife movement.
There are a number of natural gems in the Upstate worth exploring, but perhaps none are as close to Greenville as Lake Conestee Nature Preserve (LCNP).