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Zero Tolerance for Litter Campaign Kickoff

WHAT: The South Carolina Litter Control Association (SCLCA) and PalmettoPride will hold a press conference to kick off the annual Zero Tolerance for Litter campaign. Zero Tolerance for Litter is an annual event to unite law enforcement officers in a dual-mission campaign to enforce state and local litter laws and to educate the public on […]

Posted on March 27th, 2017


Pickens County Pride – March 2017

Pickens County Legislative Delegation, Sheriff Rick Clark and PalmettoPride announce Pickens County Pride, a litter pickup blitz. This month-long volunteer pickup campaign will take place throughout the month of March. There will be a kickoff Friday, March 3, 2017, at Lowes on Hwy 123 in Easley where volunteers can sign up and get supplies. “We […]

Posted on March 2nd, 2017


ANNUAL FOREST CLEANUP RESULTS INDICATES LITTER IS DOWN

On Saturday, February 4, 2017, 398 volunteers participated in the annual Francis Marion National Forest Cleanup hosted by the USDA Forest Service and PalmettoPride, picking up 15.38 tons of trash from areas within the Forest including parts of the Palmetto Trail and several waterways. Approximately 50 tires, a trailer full of discarded shingles, a freezer […]

Posted on February 22nd, 2017


Francis Marion National Forest Cleanup – February 4, 2017

PalmettoPride, the USDA Forest Service and Palmetto Conservation Foundation will host the annual cleanup of the Francis Marion National Forest on Saturday, February 4, 2017. Volunteers are wanted to help clean up litter and illegal dumpsites spread throughout the forest’s 260,000 acres. This litter pickup event is the 10th collaborative effort hosted by PalmettoPride and […]

Posted on January 19th, 2017


Litter Trashes Everyone Art Contest

2017 Litter Trashes Everyone Art Contest Application PalmettoPride knows that South Carolina students are creative and care about the environment. Our annual art contest is now open for teachers to sign up classes to participate in this fun and educational competition. Students will need to draw on the theme “Litter Trashes Everyone”. The winning artwork […]

Posted on September 14th, 2016


PalmettoPride and Camp Leopold Team Up to Teach Kids about Litter

PalmettoPride, South Carolina’s anti-litter organization, and Camp Leopold, South Carolina Waterfowl Association’s (SCWA) Environmental Education Program, have teamed up to teach children about the effects of litter in our environment. Camp Leopold engages students grades three through seven in hands-on learning on a 410-acre outdoor classroom adjacent to Lake Marion. Participating schools choose from environmental […]

Posted on August 1st, 2016


LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES UNITE TO ADDRESS LITTER

The South Carolina Litter Control Association kicked off the annual Zero Tolerance for Litter campaign today at the State House. Joined by Representative Gilda Cobb-Hunter, officers from state and local law enforcement agencies, Keep America Beautiful representatives and Waste Management companies, the Litter Control Association laid out the mission of Zero Tolerance and issued a […]

Posted on March 30th, 2016


Great Trail Cleanup To Attack Litter, Illegal Dumpsites

Palmetto Conservation Foundation (PCF) and PalmettoPride kicked off the Great Trail Cleanup of South Carolina today to attack litter and illegal dumping along the Palmetto Trail. The Great Trail Cleanup will occur during April and brings together the two host organizations for the first time on a cross-state, volunteer-driven litter cleanup. The Palmetto Trail faces […]

Posted on March 22nd, 2016


2016 Litter Trashes Everyone Art Contest Winner Announced

 

Posted on March 18th, 2016


PALMETTO CONSERVATION FOUNDATION AND PALMETTOPRIDE TEAM UP TO CLEAN UP THE PALMETTO TRAIL

WHAT: Press conference to kick off “The Great Trail Cleanup of South Carolina,” a month-long campaign when businesses and individuals adopt and clean up various passages of the Palmetto Trail The Palmetto Trail is South Carolina’s premier hiking and bicycling Trail. This 350-mile Trail stretches from Walhalla in the Blue Ridge Mountains to Awendaw on […]

Posted on March 16th, 2016