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Local Organizations

This is a directory of Upstate area clubs and organizations compiled by library staff based on information provided to us by the organizations themselves. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information. Please send any corrections or additions via email to bmclean@greenvillelibrary.org or by calling (864) 527-9241.




Adopt-A-Highway and Adopt-A-Road are volunteer litter pick-up programs in Greenville County. Program volunteers are assigned a 2-mile section of an adopted highway or county road in Greenville County.

Clemson Extension Home and Garden Information Center


The Home and Garden Information Center has provided research-based information on landscaping, gardening, plant health, household pests, food safety and preservation, nutrition, physical activity, and health to South Carolina residents since 1999.

Clemson University
Cooperative Extension Service


The purpose of the Extension Service is to provide sound, science-based information and programs to small farmers, homeowners, and commercial growers to assist them in the areas of agriculture and horticulture.

The Friends of the Reedy River


The Friends of the Reedy River is a local, grassroots, volunteer-based, nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to promoting, preserving, and restoring the Reedy River.

Greenville County Bird Club


The Greenville County Bird Club provides opportunities for observing, photographing, learning about, and protecting wild birds and their habitats.

Sierra Club – the William Bartram Group


The Bartram Group has approximately 1,000 members in Greenville, Spartanburg, Laurens, and Union Counties. The club’s focus is environmental education through monthly programs and outings.

South Carolina Native Plant Society – Upstate Chapter


The South Carolina Native Plant Society is a 501c-3 non-profit organization dedicated to protecting, preserving, and restoring native plant species and communities. The group works through educational efforts and active engagement in plant community rescue and restoration. Education offered includes monthly meetings with speakers and assisting in curriculum development. The Society is also engaged in advocacy for native plant communities and other environmental issues.