Reedy River Water Quality Group participants are working on many programs to keep water clean.
For monitoring data, please visit our Water Monitoring page.
Test your soil before using fertilizer A soil test helps determine the right amount and type of fertilizer you need. Testing first could save you money on expensive and unnecessary fertilizers. Fertilizers and other yard chemicals can harm local streams and rivers. To prevent runoff, buy a slow-release product and avoid applying before rain, on […]
We stopped by Your Carolina on October 30th to talk about why we want folks to “Go Au Naturale”!
Go au naturale. Buffers don’t need to be bush-hogged, mown or sprayed – let it grow! A buffer zone is a wide strip of native grasses, plants, and trees along a river that protects water quality and provides important wildlife habitat. These areas are the last lines of defense against unwanted pollutants like pet waste, […]
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Greenville, SC 29601
A news article shared on Facebook a few weeks back generated a lot of comments about the Reedy River and its current state. Lynn and Shelby are here to clear up some common misconceptions and to tell us about a group that’s working to improve the Reedy.