firstname.lastname@example.org WE'RE TALKING ABOUT: 8 hours ago Greenville County,SC Greenville County's Litter Ends Here crew is doing great work! Let's help them by making sure trash is disposed of properly! 🚫🍟🥤 It’s amazing what 🌱The Litter Ends Here🌱 crew finds on the roadways🚗 some days!! A report of litter, lead to the discovery of what we believe is a dock float, which goes under a boat dock or ramp. Weighing in at an estimated 2,000lbs it’s was anchored⚓️ to the ground. Our crews are strong 💪 but this was a job for a tractor 🚜, so we called our friends over at Environmental Services to help us get it off the side of the road! Another great example of Greenville County departments working together to get the job done! ... See more View on facebook 1 day ago Now that the celebration is over, don't forget to walk around your yard or street to pick up any spent fireworks! It was a good time on the holiday, now let's make sure that the paper, metals, and chemicals don't wind up in our waterways! 🧨 🚫 💦 #cleanwaterstartswithme ... See more View on facebook 4 days ago Greenville County,SC Let's end litter together! Litter Ends Here crews picked up 23,480 pounds off our roads in June. WOW! Volunteers stepped up too and eliminated 2,400 pounds of litter this month. Join us in our fight against litter and download the Litter Ends Here app. http://bit.ly/2zRK5vO ... See more View on facebook 6 days ago Rain Chain Would you like to slow down water from your roof and don't have downspouts? Consider installing a rain chain. 🌧⛓ 💦 What is a Rain Chain? A rain chain is an alternative to the traditional downspout. Rain chains originated in Japan, where they have been used for... View on facebook 1 week ago When Is a Bird a ‘Birb’? An Extremely Important Guide Public service announcement for the nature lovers among us from National Audubon Society. 🐦🦆 Remember that "birbs" benefit from proper use of pesticides just like their bird friends! Overuse or improper use can be toxic to their health, local ecosystems, and our waterways. If you aren’t careful, it can kill good insects and healthy soil organisms, weaken plant root systems, and reduce important nutrients like nitrogen & phosphorous. Make sure to read labels! 👀 ... See more The internet meme has been around for seven years now, so it's high time we establish some ground rules. View on facebook 1 week ago Photos from Greenville County Soil & Water Conservation District's post Meet our new Community Relations Coordinator, Chaneen Haler! "I am excited to add my skills to this team and continue to bring high quality education and programming to Greenville County. Soil and water are essential parts of everyone's daily life and we are all responsible for protecting them!" Chaneen joined GCSWCD earlier this month. She holds degrees in Agricultural Education and Spanish Studies from the University of Minnesota and is a passionate advocate for sustainable agricultural practices. After graduation, she served as a Sustainable Agricultural Systems Extensionist with the Peace Corps in Panama. While there, she worked closely with subsistence farmers on soil management, starting home gardens, and coffee orchard management. Upon returning to the United States, Chaneen worked with Sustaining Way as an Agriculture Coordinator where she lead volunteer organization, grew a half acre garden, and taught community members and school groups about sustainability and agriculture. ... See more View on facebook 1 week ago Friends of Lake Robinson Great work Friends of Lake Robinson! Every effort contributes to water quality improvement. Wouldn't it be amazing if we didn't have a litter problem in Greenville? Who would like to make that a goal? 💦💦 #cleanwaterstartswithme #litterendshere ... See more Volunteers picked up 18 bags along O’Neal Church Road, Mays Bridge Road and Groce Meadow Road today! 💚🌎♻️ #GrabABagSC PalmettoPride Keep Greenville County Beautiful Pamela Evette South Carolina Litter Control Association ... See more View on facebook 1 week ago U. S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 4 (Southeast Region) Jeff Wilson, current South Carolina Association of Conservation Districts President, hosted Mary S. Walker and SC Agriculture Commissioner Hugh Weathers at his farm for a tour and discussion. Thanks to Commissioner Weathers and SCDA for including the Conservation Districts family into the EPA’s visit. ... See more Today, RA Walker and Commissioner Weathers, South Carolina Department of Agriculture, signed a historic agreement that symbolizes our commitment to continued collaborative partnerships between our organizations promoting agricultural and environmental shared priorities. ... See more View on facebook 1 week ago Riparian buffers stop erosion and contribute to water quality. What is a buffer, you ask? A buffer zone is a wide strip of native grasses, plants, and trees along a river that protects water quality and provides important wildlife habitat. These areas are the last lines of defense against unwanted pollutants like pet waste, fertilizer, and other chemicals that travel with stormwater. These buffers do more than just slow water down and filter out pollution – they help reduce flooding and fight against erosion by holding soil in place. 🌿 🌻 💦 Learn more at: http://greenvillesoilandwater.com/riparian-buffers/ ... See more View on facebook 2 weeks ago Greenville County fights the never-ending battle against litter - GREENVILLE JOURNAL The Greenville County,SC litter crew has been hard at work picking up mattresses. Would you like to help end litter in Greenville? Download the Litter Ends Here app and report litter or volunteer to help! Every little bit helps to improve water quality. 💪 🥤🍟 = 💦 #litterendshere #yeahthatgreenville #cleanwaterstartswithme ... See more Summer Gagnon never thought mattresses would become such a large part of her life. But ever since Gagnon took over a few months ago as the county’s litter prevention coordinator, she’s dealt with more mattresses than she ever thought possible. ... See more View on facebook « ‹ 1 of 6 › » For more news, visit our Facebook page!