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Check out our latest Into The Garden Video! One year ago, this week we released the introduction to this project. We have come a long way toward soil health since then!
On Thursday, March 4th, the Survivor Tree gifted by the Spartanburg SWCD to Spartanburg High School Envirothon Teams was planted in its new home. This American Elm is a direct descendant to the tree that remained standing in the wake of the Oklahoma City bombing and represents the resilience and perseverance of the Envirothon teams.
Join us as we learn how to turn our existing raised-bed garden into a No-Till, sustainable, environmentally and soil friendly, vegetable and pollinator garden! View the first installment of the series HERE.
Statewide Youth Deer Day coming up Statewide Youth Deer Day on all private lands and certain WMAs* will occur after the regular deer season, on Saturday, Jan. 2,2021. Regulations for Youth Day are as follows: For youth 17 years old and younger. Youth hunters who have not completed the hunter education program must be accompanied by an … Read more
The Spartanburg Soil and Water Conservation District was invited to attend the USC Upstate SC Arbor Day Celebration where our own commissioner, Dr. Jack A. Turner, introduced the keynote speaker; Dr. Bruce Fraedrich. Dr. Fraedrich spoke about the landscape at the 911 memorial and was a member of the organization who selected, planted and maintain … Read more
Friday, December 4th is Arbor Day in South Carolina. The Spartanburg Soil and Water Conservation District celebrated this day be dedicating a descendant of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing to the Spartanburg High School Envirothon Teams for their persistence, award winning work, and dedication. Due to the winter break, the tree will be planted in … Read more
Our monthly board meetings are open to the public and we would love to have you join us! The meetings are held at 3:30 pm on the second Monday of each month. Currently we are meeting virtually. Contact us to receive an invitation to the meeting.
First place: A-Team: Rebecca Gentry, Hannah Jordan, Matt Evans, Nan Miles, Isabella Goodchild-Michelman, Louise Franke, Rob Wilder Second Place: Susannah Lyon, Mae Webster, Bonnie Webster(coach), Sam Freedman, Gordon Elnager, Ian Kusher, Jonathon Henderson (alternate) Third Place: B-Team: Rebecca Gentry, Nolan Sykes, Amy Reith, Helen Nowatka, Soline McGee, Alyssa Dowling, Rob Wilder What do our South … Read more