SPACE protects and conserves land for Spartanburg area citizens, volunteer landowners, and visitors by building strong relationships within the community through positive outreach.
Where reasonable and permissible, SPACE provides access to conserved land so that the citizens can respectfully experience, appreciate, and benefit from Spartanburg’s natural resources.
SPACE sustains itself through volunteerism, responsible stewardship, and sustainable management of resources.
SPACE Receives Grant for Cottonwood Trail Habitat Restoration; Work to Commence Winter 2019
Habitat restoration slated for 13 acres on Cottonwood...
Shucking Good Time Moved to Glendale Shoals Preserve
Thursday's Shucking Good Time fundraiser moved to Glendale Shoal...
Hurrican Michael Impacts Cottonwood Trail; Repairs Underway
Several trails impassable. Please be patient....
Get Up. Get Outside!
There’s no time like now to enjoy SPACE’s nature preserves.
Run. Walk. Reflect. SPACE, and our supporters, make it possible here:
Private land conservation, through the donation of “conservation agreements,” or “conservation easements,” can create significant tax benefits for the landowner, including a federal tax deduction and S.C. tax credit. Conservation agreements can also be a critical part of a landowner’s estate planning process.
To learn more about conservation agreements and how they may meet your needs as a landowner, please contact SPACE at 864-948-0000, or click on the link below..Learn More
Keep Spartanburg Wild: Support SPACE!
The Spartanburg Area Conservancy, our project work, and our public preserves are supported primarily through donations from private individuals like you.
Our natural places and working lands are part of our character as a community. Through thoughtful conservation, we can keep Spartanburg wild while continuing to grow and thrive. Support SPACE!