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Palmetto Conservation Foundation and PalmettoPride teamed up in 2016 for the Great Trail Cleanup of South Carolina, our 2016 Great American Cleanup campaign. We enjoyed working together, connected with some great United Way businesses and we decided to keep our partnership going.
Camp Leopold is a school-year camp program that brings the students out of the classroom for a hands-on learning experience in the great outdoors. We sponsored the Human Impact course and helped educate students on how litter impacts the environment.
We know that many of our state’s high school students participate in community service activities, but a lot of these students don’t get credit for their efforts. Working with the South Carolina High School League, PalmettoPride helps school sports teams maximize their efforts and get kudos for doing it in the process.
The USDA Francis Marion National Forest is one of our longest standing partners in cleanup. We have been hosting an annual cleanup of the forest since 2006, which takes place on the first Saturday in February bringing in at least 300 volunteers.
Friends of the Edisto and PalmettoPride embarked on a joint venture aimed at cleaning up boat landings on the Edisto River. The Edisto River is the longest undammed blackwater river in North America spreading across 11 counties in South Carolina. FRED members, outdoor enthusiasts and other volunteer groups, were asked to commit to regular litter pickups at their favorite boat landing.
Palmetto Outdoors is a tubing and kayaking outfitter on the Lower Saluda River that also hosts guided trips in the Congaree National Park and walking tours along the West Columbia Riverwalk. With the combined experience and thorough procedures of their staff, they can offer any age group a safe and fulfilling experience that truly encompasses what it means to be in the great outdoors.
Walther Farms is a 3rd generation family owned business headquartered in Three Rivers, Michigan. Their Windsor, SC location hosts a variety of crops throughout the year. The farmers at this location also participate in events with PalmettoPride and Keep South Carolina Beautiful, such as Adopt-A-Highway and Adopt-A-Landing events.
Based in Hopewell NJ, State Plate Signs can make your one-of-a-kind custom license plate sign or craft. All items are made from recycled license plates, each piece unique and customizable as your imagination. Their most popular item, the “barn star” can be made with your own license plates.
Soda City is downtown along the 1300-1600 blocks of Main Street every Saturday morning year-round, rain or shine. As a whole, the company’s mission is focused on the health and wealth of Columbia by delivering opportunities for small businesses, creating awareness around community entities and events, and instilling a sense of identity and investment in Columbia’s most underutilized asset: The Three Rivers System.
Joint Municipal Water and Sewer Commission has offered more than 25 years of excellent service to communities throughout Lexington County. Their focus is to promote and support further economic development and to address health, environmental and quality of life concerns in the water and wastewater systems throughout Lexington County.
SC DHEC is charged with promoting and protecting the health of the public and the environment in South Carolina. With more than 3,400 employees working in 100 locations across the state, their vision is healthy people living in healthy communities.
Solid Green is Clemson University’s anti-litter and environmental sustainability campaign. The goals of Solid Green are to raise awareness of littering on campus, recycling, energy and water conservation and other environmental issues; to promote clean-up activities and other events; and to support student groups that promote environmental awareness.