Grant will be used to support the nonprofit’s education and advocacy efforts
Upstate Forever’s land trust permanently protects more than 23,500 acres across the Upstate.
Upstate Forever will be transferring their program operator status of Greenville B-cycle, a bike-share program, to the City of Greenville late 2019. The Greenville B-cycle program was launched in March…
Public gets chance to comment on Duke Energy's proposed rate increase during March 14 public hearing. What has Duke proposed and how will it affect you?
Highlights in our community
Spotlights in our community this week
After a developer proposed an office building on a piece of property along the banks of the Reedy River at the edge of Falls Park, the city bought the property…
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has once again sided with Greenville-based nonprofit Upstate Forever and the Savannah Riverkeeper in their federal Clean Water Act lawsuit against Kinder Morgan,…
Highlights in our community this week
Highlights from our community
Corley has protected Charleston's Angel Oak from development, stopped construction of a mega-landfill for out-of-state waste in Laurens County, and more.
We have the opportunity right now to make positive change, to raise a phoenix out of this incredible nuclear dumpster fire.
The bicycle-sharing program in downtown now has 10 stations and more than 50 bikes.
While the Reedy River has become a hub for recreation in downtown Greenville, some residents believe it needs more access points outside the city.
The website, GoPaddleSC.com, features an interactive map that allows users to search for waterways to raft, kayak, tube, or explore.