August 29, 2012

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Greenville News

Naturaland Trust, along with its partner Upstate Forever, received a $400,000 grant from the U.S. Forest Service to protect the Nine Times Forest near Highway 11 in Pickens County that conservation group leaders called one of the largest unprotected blocs of forest land left in the Upstate. Read the full article here! 

August 10, 2012

Greenville Business Magazine 

In this month's issue of Greenville Business Magazine, they highlight Tommy Wyche's work in the Blue Ridge and Greenville as one of the most influential community leaders in the Upstate. Click here to read the full article or on the image to the right to download the PDF article. 

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June 16, 2012

Greenville News - Front Page Feature by Nathaniel Cary

A scenic puzzle has been pieced together since the early 1970s in the mountains north of Greenville known as the Blue Ridge Escarpment in a nearly unprecedented manner.

There’s no picture on the front of a box to show the finished masterpiece but one needs only to look out from a high ridge across a nearly unbroken expanse of forested ridges and valleys to glimpse the goal of conservation groups throughout the Upstate... continue reading

July 13, 2012

Fine Art Gallery by C. Thomas Wyche 

Come enjoy fine art photography of South Carolina's Blue Ridge Escarpment and surrounding natural areas at Centre Stage in Downtown Greenville. Sales proceeds will benefit Naturaland Trust and the gallery will run until August 21st.