Eat Smart Move More Spartanburg County
Hub City Farmers’ Market
Partners for Active Living
Superintendent Dr. Darryl Owings has been on a mission to provide the more than 10,000 students in District Six with organic fruits and vegetables at meals and hands-on agriculture education opportunities.
More than 100 teenagers and adults from across South Carolina attended the 6th Annual Youth Summit on July 27th at The Meeting Place Church in Columbia to learn about youth-led policy changes and how to advocate effectively.
Up to 10 winners will each receive $25,000, join a growing network of Prize-winning communities, and share their accomplishments, lessons learned, and stories with the nation.
Anderson School District 4 pick-up lines don’t mean sitting and waiting any more.
It’s important to gather real counts for grant requests and trail maintenance and programming plans, part of the reason we install infra-red counters on our trails.
Legislators awarded $100,000 to Spartanburg for its $1.14 million 7-acre park at the Mary Black Rail Trail between Union Street and Glendale Road.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently announced the projects selected to receive the USDA’s annual farm to school grants designed to increase the amount of local foods served in schools. Sixty-five projects were chosen nationwide, and two are in South Carolina – Spartanburg County School District Six and Dorchester District Two.
Ten South Carolina municipalities are experiencing a growing economy thanks to pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly infrastructure improvement projects.
SNAP incentives are increasing access to fresh fruits and vegetables and supporting local farmers.
The school participates in open community use, allowing the public to use the grounds and outdoor facilities of the school, which fulfills a need of the Inman community.