December 27th 2021
2021 has been a record year for the Spartanburg Area Conservancy and we wanted to let you know how thankful we are to have you as part of our Land Trust family. With your continued support, SPACE has worked to protect 5,400+ acres since 1990 and provide places where communities gather, food is grown, and families take time to play. During this season of giving, know that your donation for conservation today is an investment in future generations to come.
November 11th 2021
Post &Courier: Actor and historian Joe Wiegand on the Cottonwood Trail in Spartanburg, S.C. Wiegand has been performing as Teddy Roosevelt for over 20 years.
November 10th 2021
November is going to be the month for culinary events in Spartanburg, and I'm not just talking about Thanksgiving.
This week's Spartanburg Eats features all the need-to-know info about two upcoming food events held by local nonprofits Spartanburg Area Conservancy (SPACE) and Hub City Farmer's market.
November 5th 2021
Spartanburg, SC - Join The Spartanburg Area Conservancy (SPACE) for a weekend with Teddy Roosevelt,
the “Conservationist President” in Spartanburg, Nov 11 - 13, 2021! Joe Wiegand is considered the
world’s premiere Theodore Roosevelt reprisor and will be in Spartanburg for three days to connect,
through SPACE, with the Spartanburg Community. Performing at various venues and to a broad audience,
he will talk about history and conservation. Proceeds for the weekend of events will benefit
January 13th 2021
Local organizations band together to provide children outdoor learning opportunities and creative outlet during the pandemic.
January 5th 2021
While our 30th year is one that we will never forget, for obvious reasons, it does not mean that our plans to celebrate will diminish. Instead, we look to 2021 as a new dawn and a new way to celebrate. Without your dedication, time, talent, and treasure, SPACE would not have been a resource for those in need this past year who visited our special places - Glendale Shoals, Cottonwood Trail, and The Upper Chinquapin Greenway.
January 4th 2021
Spartanburg Water System (SWS) is investing in the future of thousands of Spartanburg County students with a $12,606 grant. With the grant money, the Spartanburg Area Conservancy (SPACE) will launch a children’s nature exploration course called “SPACE to Learn” in spring 2021. This program will provide free outdoor learning opportunities along the Cottonwood Trail for Spartanburg County pre-K to high school students.
September 17th 2020
"This is a vision from years ago that kind of came to the forefront of the board a year ago, and with the 30th (anniversary) being here, what a great way to kick off the next 30 years, with this gorgeous boardwalk that you can escape to," Spartanburg Area Conservancy's (SPACE) new executive director Amanda Mathis said.