Top 5 Ways to Get Involved

  1. Sign-up for Monthly Newsletter The monthly newsletter is a great source for the latest news and upcoming plans for the Connections for Sustainability project. Signing up ensures that you also receive public meeting notices. You can sign up for the newsletter here.
  2. Follow the website We’re always working to update the website with the latest information about public meetings and project progress. In addition, the Livability Educator posts current classroom projects, and a periodical Walk in the Woods series that's the next best thing to going for a hike with a trained ecologist!
  3. Attend public meetings The Connections for Sustainability project is a local planning project that needs local input in order to be successful. The public meetings are perhaps the best way to get a complete picture of what's being discussed, and to take part in the actual conversation.
  4. Send us your comments and suggestions We really do want to hear from you! If you see something on our website, or hear something in our public meetings that you have an opinion about, tell us. Tell us in person, call us, or send us an email.
  5. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter The City of Greenville maintains a Facebook page and a Twitter feed. The latest Connections events and happenings are posted there. Additionally, the Livability Educator, Jaclin DuRant, maintains her own Twitter account, and posts updates related to her work in the community, as well as her hikes in local recreational areas.