Do you think Greenville is looking a little trashy? Take the Trash Bag Challenge! It’s simple Greenville County Residents… here’s what you do: Pick up enough litter to fill one trash bag Take a photo of you with your filled bag Email it with your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org That’s it! We’ll send you […]
Trees are an important part of our daily lives. They absorb carbon dioxide (a greenhouse gas) and give us oxygen to breathe. Trees make our environment beautiful with their different colors, flowers and shapes and they provide us with shade and relief from the sun’s heat and harmful rays. Trees help absorb the rain and […]
Wet and Wild Camp registration is now open for 2016! Wet and Wild Camp is a week-long science education camp focusing on one of our most precious resources: water! From waterfalls to wildlife, campers will experience the beauty and complexity of aquatic systems while gaining an understanding and appreciation for all things wet. Wet and Wild Camp […]
Congratulations to the winners of our 2016 Photography contest! We had a hard time deciding between all of the wonderful entries. Posted by Greenville County Soil and Water Conservation District on Thursday, December 17, 2015 Our Winners Are: Jacey Matthews, 7th Grade – Grand Prize – Leafy Horizon Austin Manley, 7th Grade – First Place, Agriculture and Farming […]
Each autumn, GCSWCD publishes an annual report documenting our efforts throughout the year. Download the 2015 report to see program impact and accomplishments! Click to view the PDF document.