Through a settlement agreement, Duke agrees to clean up its coal ash on the Saluda River near Williamston. Click here and here to learn more.

 

SOS members join lawsuit, which has made its way to the South Carolina Supreme Court, challenging the state's water withdrawal law. Click here to learn more.

 

Click here to read the op-ed from SOS on a major flaw of South Carlina's water withdrawal law that allows some users to drain our rivers dry.

 

Is "safe yield" really safe? Click here to read the paper SOS presented at the 2016 South Carolina Water Resources Conference explaining why South Carolina's water withdrawal water policy needs to be changed to keep our rivers flowing.

 

SOS receives $5,000 grant from Bosch for the online Saluda River Watershed Map. Click here for press release.

 

SOS receives $1,000 grant from the Greenville Zoo for the online watershed map. Click here for press release.

 

SOS opposes using stormwater funds for building relocation and construction in the City of Greenville. Click here to learn more.

 

SOS president Melanie Ruhlman helps Friends of Reedy River construct a rain garden next to the Reedy River. Click here to see a video, and here for an article.

 

SOS president Melanie Ruhlman helps Friends of Reedy River restore riparain areas along the Reedy River adjacent to the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Greenville. Exotic invasive species have been replaced with native vegtation. Click here to see volunteers at work.