YMCA of Greenville’s Caine Halter Family Y Outdoor Classroom and Riparian Corridor Restoration
Giving people access to all parts of the river ecology opens their eyes to the value of the natural world and their role in preserving it. The updates to the riverside create an environmental education resource for the Y's programs as well as other community partners. A large stone council ring, multiple science stations, walking trails, under a tree-canopied area enhance this outdoor classroom space for the full community.
- Greenville County
Thanks to the Duke Energy Water Resources Fund, YMCA of Greenville’s new riverside outdoor classroom and educational programs allow our community to engage with the Reedy River, furthering their understanding of the impact urbanization makes on it and what their roles can be to protect it.
Jamie Inman, Chief Mission Advancement Officer, YMCA of Greenville.
The Water Resource Fund from Duke Energy is a multiyear, $10 million commitment to protect and restore waterways in the Carolinas and neighboring states. Learn more about all 73 of the projects we’ve supported so far, and how you can get involved.