Saturday, February 28 CANCELLED
Due to the possibility of linger snow, we will cancel the pick-up this Saturday. Next pickup will be in May.Dates in 2015: May 16, August 22, and November 14.
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 8:30 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 email@example.com, or Dennis Chamberlain at (864) 430-3754.
Saturday, March 21
Next year's schedule to be announced.We will be starting our twelfth year of service to Caesars Head and Jones Gap State Parks. Please plan to join us on the Saturdays listed below during 2014. These Trail Service Projects improve and preserve the existing trails at these mountain parks. If you enjoy these trails, please
plan to join us on one or more of the 2014 outings.
For more details contact Jim Majors at (864) 233-7576 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Native Plant Society plant sale will be held on April 18 at our new location at Conestee Park. INFO HERE.
Recently, the Bartram Group of the Sierra Club and the Greenville League of Women Voters held their second seminar on "The Aging Nuclear State". David Lochbaum, from the Union of Concerned Scientists, presented his short commentary, "The Second Most Dangerous Nuclear Plant in America."
It was about the Oconee Station nuclear power plant and describes the many safety problems identified over the years (e.g., inadequate tornado protection, inadequate fire protection, inadequate high energy line break protection, inadequate flood protection) that have been largely unresolved.
Eric Conner, reporter for the Greenville News, who reported the radioactive water leaks at Oconee Station, spoke about the media coverage of environmental issues. The new environmental reporter, Tonya Maxwell, was also at the meeting.
Rob Sobczak presented a slide show from Tom Clements, the Sierra Club adviser on nuclear issues, on the status of high level nuclear waste from Europe coming into South Carolina.
This seminar occurred on Thursday, November 6, 2014 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM at the University Center (former McAilster Mall) 225 S. Pleasantburg.
•Five Titans of the Bartram Club
L to R: Karen Mascaro, Eric Thompson, Bob Church, and Norm Sharp. Not pictured, Dennis Chamberlain.
Five very special Sierra Club Bartram members will be rotating off the board after many years of service.