The Saluda River Connector (Phase I) project bridges a major habitat corridor that builds on a 40-year legacy. In the spring, tens of thousands of blue ghost fireflies illuminate the woods, a marker of healthy ground and canopy cover in this region. The hills and mountains on the property are bifurcated by springs and tributaries of the Middle Saluda River. As the streams lead towards the river, beautiful stands of bottomland hardwood anchor the floodplain allowing habitat for turkey, deer, beaver, bear, reptiles and numerous aquatic species.
A map for Saluda Rivers Connector (Phase I) has been provided in Google Map format.