Photos above provided by Greenwood photographer jon holloway for exclusive use on the
Preserving Lake Greenwood Website. Originally created for: “Web of Water: Reflections of Life Along the Saluda & Reedy Rivers.” Published in cooperation with Upstate Forever and Hub City Press, Spartanburg, SC April 2014. This coffeetable book takes the reader on a journey through the Saluda-Reedy watershed, a trip that unfolds through the fine-art photography captured by photographers Tom Blagden, Clay Bolt, jon holloway, and Ben Geer Keys, and in essays by John Lane. (These pictures are protected by copyright and may not be used or copied for any other reason, without written permission by the owners.
The Ninety Six High School Boasts a First-Class Extra-Curricular Team participating in seasonal tournaments. The “Ninety Six Anglers” team hosts an annual tournament in the fall on Lake Greenwood and has competition in the Lakelands Area throughout the year. This year’s
Lake Greenwood residents surround the lake and enjoy the beautiful lakeside living year-round…as the pictures below represent…provided by the Walt Willard family in the Fall of 2014.
Click on a title below to provide information about a topic of interest to you Lake Greenwood Report Card for 2015 PLG_reportcard_150915_Final Hydrilla Article by Debi and Dave Bailey Greenwood County Lake Management Report 303D on the status of
Preserving Lake Greenwood has Lake Greenwood Maps 18″ x 24″ for interested buyers. Please fill out the form below for our records then click submit to enter your payment information into PayPal. Maps are $25.00 each and include the price
Craig Stuckey opened the meeting, inviting all in attendance to introduce themselves. Craig gave a brief history of the lake, 76 years old with 3 of 4 Westinghouse generators still in service at the dam. Clay Cotney, Director of
Preserving Lake Greenwood Meeting Agenda for Thursday, February 15, 2018, 1:30 – 2:30 pm CPW Building, 121 West Court Avenue, Greenwood Agenda: Guest Speaker: Clayton Cotney, Director of Joe R Adair Outdoor Education Center, Speaking on Team Ecology Treasurer’s Report
Preserving Lake Greenwood Serving Laurens, Greenwood, and Newberry Counties The mission of Preserving Lake Greenwood is the conservation, care and protection of Lake Greenwood; its lake bed, shoreline, and environs; the rivers, streams, creeks and all other bodies of water
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