OUR RIVER.
OUR RESPONSIBILITY.

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OUR RIVER.
OUR RESPONSIBILITY.

Get Involved

It's our duty to protect and preserve the river.

Improve Water Quality

Improve Water Quality

Improving the water quality of and reducing pollution in our hometown river starts with you. Read More.

 

Conserve Resources

Conserve Resources

Conserving resources is another way you can do your part. Learn how here.

COMMUNITY NEWS

Minor League Baseball Helps Keep Greenville Green

Minor League Baseball Helps Keep Greenville Green

On September 26, 2017 volunteers from all over the country worked on a restoration project at Richland Creek, planting over 750 native grasses and sedges. Read Full Story

Man’s action helped revive neglected, polluted lake

Man’s action helped revive neglected, polluted lake

Dave Hargett has worked for years to restore and stabilize the area around Lake Conestee, a long-neglected reservoir with a legacy of industrial pollution. On Wednesday, he was honored for what many consider an extraordinary effort to revive a forlorn, once-lifeless patch of the Upstate. The Conservation Voters of South Carolina gave Hargett a Green Tie award, recognizing him for a lifetime of conservation achievements. Read Full Story

Duke Energy Fall Reedy Riversweep a huge success!

Duke Energy Fall Reedy Riversweep a huge success!

On Saturday, September 16, 2017 over 100 volunteers cleaned tires, trash, and debris from nearly 9 miles of the Reedy River. FoRR partnered with Duke Energy, Confluence Outdoor, City of Greenville, Greenville County, Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery, and Caine Halter YMCA for this fantastic event! Read Full Story

Support Friends of the Reedy River

Help us protect this priceless asset. Friends of the Reedy River will gladly accept any donation you are willing to provide. Use the links below to complete your donation.

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