firstname.lastname@example.org WE'RE TALKING ABOUT: 1 week ago Timeline Photos Meet That Garden Guy, LLC Chris Miller. His goal is to reconnect people with the process of growing food, allowing them to see exactly what went into it and where it came from. His projects include a half-acre garden, raised beds, and greenhouse on the 9-acre Saskatoon Steaks, Fish & Wild Game property; the Oak Hill Cafe and Farm garden and greenhouse; and the 20-acre Horseshoe Farm in Travelers Rest that is a partnership with chef Greg McPhee of The Anchorage. He can also help you to create an edible garden in your backyard! https://loom.ly/HoQiUVA #featuredfarmer #growgreenville #localfood ... See more View on facebook 1 week ago Timeline Photos 💦💦August Clean Water Challenge💦💦 Share how you wash your car on the lawn, gravel, or at a commercial car wash to win! Grand prize winner will receive a full detail at a car wash near them. We'll also be giving away car washes at Spinx to an additional 4 winners. We'll draw winners from all entries on August 31 at Noon. To enter, share your photo using #doitonyourlawn and tag Greenville County Soil & Water Conservation District on your post. ... See more View on facebook 1 week ago Timeline Photos The dog may have made the mess, but it's our responsibility to grab it, bag it, and trash it! Keep bacteria and parasites out of waterways by picking up after your dog. Put a smile on your pup's face! https://loom.ly/BxNhxLE #scoopthepoop #poopfairy #cleanwater #poopbags #petwaste ... See more View on facebook 1 week ago Regenerative Agriculture in Practice What is regenerative agriculture? "To us, regenerative agriculture is the process of restoring degraded soils using practices based on ecological principles." - Noble Research Institute Full article: https://loom.ly/rxJK7ak Facebook Group: https://loom.ly/EAH8_fc #regenerativeag #soilhealth #soilscience ... See more View on facebook 1 week ago Virtual Story Time: Because of an Acorn and Every Color Soup with Miss Becca https://loom.ly/vrO5sSs Did you and your family see this Garden-themed story time with @greenvillelibrary? Little seeds are the start of great things - check out seeds from the Berea branch! #yeahthatgreenville #whatsgoingonGVL #greenvillesc #greenvillecounty #growyourown #growyourownfood #plant #flower #vegetablegarden #seeds #grow #gvlseedlibrary #seedstarting ... See more Because of an Acorn and Every Color Soup, read by Miss Becca, a Youth Services Librarian of the Youth Services department of the Greenville County Library Sy... View on facebook 1 week ago Timeline Photos Join an educational discussion on rotational grazing, planning, and intensive grazing management for livestock and equine. Hosted by Clemson Extension Livestock and Forages. Register by Aug. 5 here: https://loom.ly/NuNsiRo #growgreenville #localfarmer #greenvillefarmer #greenvillesc #greenvillecounty ... See more View on facebook 2 weeks ago Timeline Photos Recycling rainwater is an economical way to reduce erosion and runoff. Use your 'harvest' to water plants and grass on a dry day! Here are some ideas to inspire you: https://morningchores.com/rainwater-harvesting/ #yeahthatgreenville #cleanwaterstartswithme #backyardconservation ... See more View on facebook 2 weeks ago Timeline Photos Meet Stephens and Julia Gregory, the farmers at MacGregor Orchard in northern Greenville County. They grow 11 different fruits with over 100 different varieties plus honey, fruit preserves, apple sauce, fresh pressed apple cider, local vegetables, and Black Angus beef! Visit them at the corner of Highway 11 and Tigerville Road. https://loom.ly/BnfMAcI #greenvillefarmer #featuredfarmer #growgreenville #localfood #buylocalfood #localfarmer ... See more View on facebook 2 weeks ago Timeline Photos The Clemson Extension Greenville County Upstate Water Team is pleased to present a free webinar on Healthy Ponds on Thursday, July 30, from 12-1:30pm. Learn how to manage water quality and aquatic weeds in ponds. Register here: https://loom.ly/GSY-IPM #healthyponds #waterquality ... See more View on facebook 2 weeks ago South Carolina Department of Agriculture If you get unsolicited seeds in the mail, read this! Do not plant! The South Carolina Department of Agriculture and Clemson University’s Regulatory Services division are working together to investigate after residents reported receiving unsolicited packages containing seeds. Information, including what to do if you receive such packages, can be found here: https://agriculture.sc.gov/caution-urged-after-mystery-seed-mailings/ Image Credit: Washington State Department of Agriculture ... See more View on facebook « ‹ 2 of 10 › » For more news, visit our Facebook page!