Next Greenville meeting.

Saturday: March 21
Chestnut Heritage Preserve Hike



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Adopt A Highway: February CANCELLED.

Due to the possibility of linger snow, we will cancel the pick-up this Saturday. Next pickup will be in May.


Next Greenville meeting:
SATURDAY: March 21

Chestnut Heritage Preserve Hike

Please join us for a delightful springtime hike to the Pacolet River. We hope to see trillium, bloodroot and Jack-in the-Pulpit. The hike is 2.75 miles one-way, with a gradual elevation change of 500 feet. Please bring plenty of water and lunch to eat, along with sturdy footwear. The trailhead is near the Cliffs of Glassy off Route 11.

For more information and pictures of the trail, please check out this website: http://www.brendajwiley.com/chestnut_ridge_trail.html.

To obtain details for this hike and to register for this outing, please call Jean Wilder at (864) 561-0794 or (864) 244-9630. You may also e-mail Jean at jeanwilder1@att.net.

She will provide you with details about carpooling and times to meet. A liability wavier will need to be signed prior to the hike.


coming in April:
Frank Holleman, SELC

Frank Holleman, a senior attorney with the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC), will discuss his current priority project: a three year legal effort to protect local drinking water from coal ash following a devastating spill on the Dan River.

In South Carolina, a combination of legal action and public pressure from SELC prompted all three of the state's major utilities to begin a significant cleanup of leaking coal ash lagoons on South Carolina's rivers—a historic accomplishment for clean water in South Carolina.


Native Plant Society's Spring Sale on April 18. INFO


PROGRAM TO HIGHLIGHT OCONEE REACTORS ON the ANNIVERSARY OF FUKUSHIMA

What: "Oconee Nuclear Station: Fukushima on the Savannah River?"
When: Wednesday, March 11, 2015, 7PM
Where: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Clemson, 226 Pendleton Road Clemson, SC 29631, 864-654-5959

CLEMSON, SC: A public education program is being offered on the anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami which initiated triple meltdowns at the Fukushima Dai-ichi reactor site in Japan four years ago. Presentation by with Mary Olson, Nuclear Information & Resource Service and Buzz Williams, Chattooga Conservancy.

More Info HERE


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THANK YOU:

We would like to thank Jose Ortiz and Happy Ending for providing musical entertainment at the Bartram Christmas party.

For any of you that would like to hear more from this band, they play regularly on Thursday nights at 9pm at Wild Wing Café in Greenville and you might want to check out Luna Rosa Gelato Cafe on Washington Street in downtown Greenville.