firstname.lastname@example.org WE'RE TALKING ABOUT: ["error","(#12) description field is deprecated for versions v3.3 and higher"] 1 week ago Timeline Photos Look Rufus, everything the light touches is...POOP FREE! #scoopthepoop #poopfairy #cleanwater #thelionking View on facebook 2 weeks ago Timeline Photos Are you a farmer, grazer, producer or local food enthusiast? The Greenville County Soil and Water Conservation District invites you to join our agriculture mailing list. What’s in it for you? We will share information relevant to our local agriculture community including tips, event announcements, workshops, and related news. You’ll be able to sign up for information by category so that you only get what interests you. Additionally, we are putting together a resource for customers to find your products and where they can purchase them. We hope you’ll join us! http://eepurl.com/gXs1MX #growgreenville #localfood #buylocalfood #localfarmer ... See more View on facebook 2 weeks ago Timeline Photos We serve our community in partnership with Greenville County Library System with our Seed Library program. Located at the Berea Branch, 60 varieties of vegetable and flower seeds are offered free with your library card. https://www.greenvillelibrary.org/seed-library #stewardship #conservationdistrict ... See more View on facebook 2 weeks ago Timeline Photos Does your school or education program have an upcoming conservation project that needs funding? We offer mini-grants for conservation related projects or education events/programs. Learn More: https://loom.ly/Bs8YEKA #yeahthatgreenville #cleanwaterstartswithme #conservation ... See more View on facebook 2 weeks ago Greenville Water Have you seen the Poop Fairy? It doesn’t get much better than a visit from the poop fairy on Earth Day! We are proud to support the students of Doug Adomatis’ junior class at Greenville Tech Charter High School, Barton Campus with their Earth Day project. Greenville Water sponsored two pet waste stations as part of their conservation and sustainability project to help improve water quality in the Reedy River. These stations from Greenville County Soil & Water Conservation District are located next to the Reedy River and provide our community with a resource to keep animal waste out of our water. Water quality impacts all of us, and keeping waste, especially pet waste, out of our river is critical to ensuring the health of our river, and it also helps our downstream neighbors. #greenvillewater #qualitywater #sustainablefuture #poopfairy #petwastestation #reedyriver #sustainableconservation #highschoolproject #communitypartnership #keepourriversclean #downstream #earthdayeveryday #earthday ... See more View on facebook 2 weeks ago Timeline Photos Did you know that we can help with advice on stormwater issues in your yard? If you're a Greenville County resident, we can assist with a phone call or a home visit. https://greenvillesoilandwater.com/ #stormwater #stewardship ... See more View on facebook 2 weeks ago Timeline Photos It's Soil and Water Stewardship Week in SC. This week we focus on how we help Greenville County citizens. To start, take a look at our 2020 Annual Report that summarizes programs during a challenging year. https://loom.ly/N_GUWuQ ... See more View on facebook 3 weeks ago Timeline Photos Governor Henry McMaster has issued a proclamation recognizing April 25 – May 1 as Soil and Water Stewardship Week. We appreciate Governor McMaster recognizing the valuable contribution of Conservation Districts to a sound environment, a strong economy, and the vibrancy of agriculture, forestry, and natural resources in South Carolina. #naturalresources #conservation ... See more View on facebook 3 weeks ago Timeline Photos Celebrate Earth Month with Gills Creek Watershed Association and Rick Huffman, ASLA, Earth Design, as we learn about designing with nature in your own backyard! Take a look back into SC’s impressive botanical heritage, full of biodiversity, and learn how native plants serve a critical role. When science, ecology, and design come together, sustainability and living art is the result. By designing with nature, landscapes can be beautiful and functional to heal, mitigate, and define our sense of community. Learn from examples of how designing with nature can support pollinators and wildlife while reducing impacts from stormwater and urbanization! https://loom.ly/q3GonkI ... See more View on facebook 3 weeks ago How to be a Conservationist just in time for Earth Day It's Earth Day! Even if your title doesn’t include ‘conservationist’, you are an important part of protecting and caring for our planet. We have multiple opportunities every day to contribute to conserve and care for natural resources. Take some time to see how you can be a conservationist. Here are some ideas to get you started. https://loom.ly/-mgbhVs #earthday #conservation #yeahthatgreenville #cleanwaterstartswithme #backyardconservation ... See more Even if your title doesn’t include ‘conservationist’, you are an important part of protecting and caring for our planet. View on facebook « ‹ 1 of 22 › » For more news, visit our Facebook page!