Greenville County Soil and Water Conservation District Manager, Kirsten Robertson, presented a webinar to the National Association of Conservation Districts on August 20. The webinar featured a video about the collaboration between community and governmental organizations to clean up a tributary of the Reedy River. [Read more…]
Greenville County is presenting at the SOUTHEAST STORM WATER ASSOCIATION (SESWA) Conference in October, which will provide attendees with a wide array of technologies and strategies to address challenges in stormwater management in the southeast. [Read more…]
Greenville County is presenting twice August 18-20, 2015 at the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FLOOD & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT AGENCIES (NAFSMA) in Jackson Hole, WY. [Read more…]
Greenville County Council voted to approve a new pet waste ordinance in zoned areas of the county on June 16, 2015. Harmful bacteria from pet waste is carried by stormwater into local rivers, lakes and streams. This ordinance will help to improve water quality by decreasing the bacteria levels in Greenville waterways.
The city of Greenville is wrestling with how to fulfill the vision of an expansive, $12.9 million park along the Reedy River on the city’s west side.
Greenville News, May 19, 2015 [Read more…]