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.
Blueways Master Plan Draft and User Survey Online!
Link to Spartanburg Co. Blueways Plan and User Survey...
Online Survey to Help Cottonwood Trail
SPACE needs your help. Click here to link to an online survey...
25th Anniversary Flashback
SPACE Celebrates its 25th Anniversay...
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:
SPACE Jingle Bell 5k
Date: 19th December 2015
Location: Jingle Bell 5K
Spartanburg’s favorite Christmas 5K—the first leg of the “Great SPACE Races”—is back on Saturday, December 19th!
SPACE Annual Membership Meeting & Cottonwood Trail Enhancement Plan Feedback Session
Date: 10th December 2015
Location: Barrett Community Room -- Spartanburg County Library, Main Branch
Please join us for an evening with Jean Crow Crowther of Alta Planning & Design, who will guide us through stakeholder/feedback session on the upcoming “Cottonwood Trail Enhancement Plan.”
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!