• March 15
For more details contact Jim Majors at (864) 233-7576 or email@example.com.
The cleanup dates for this year are:
The Bartram Group has a two mile stretch on East North (also known as) Old Spartanburg Road between Mitchell Road and Brushy Creek. We will meet at 9:00 A.M. at Mitchell Road Elementary School which is on the
If it is pouring rain, we'll not meet. You will be provided the bags, twisty ties, work gloves, orange safety vests and water. We cover two miles, both sides of the street, and are very fortunate to have sidewalks on the entire route.
Contact Steve Root at (864) 346-3081 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dennis Chamberlain at (864) 430-3754.
Join me and Frank Holleman, conservationist and attorney for the Southern Environmental Law Center, as we day hike and explore Nine Times Preserve in Pickens County. The Nine Times Preserve is not only an ecological treasure of the upstate but a perfect example of how local citizens, local and national environmental groups, and government work to protect and preserve our public natural lands.
We will also have a chance to share thoughts and ideas with Frank on some important environmental issues facing our southeastern forests and learn more about what the SELC is dealing with in our state and forests.
The hike will be moderate and at a reasonable pace to enjoy the streams, waterfalls, and early spring flowers. We will meet at the parking area at the intersection of Eastatoee Road and Preston McDaniel Road. From Greenville, take Highway 11 west from the intersection at Highway 178. Turn left at the Antioch Baptist Church. Parking area is at the bottom of the hill. Be there at 9:00 A.M. sharp. We should be back in Greenville by 4 P.M.
Those who wish to carpool from Greenville will meet at the McDonald's near Furman and be leaving there at 8:00 A.M. sharp. Call Dennis Chamberlain (864) 430-3754 for details and let him know to expect you at either rendezvous point.
For information and history of Nine Times visit The Nature Conservancy website at: http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/southcarolina/placesweprotect/nine-times-preserve.xml.