The Saluda Rivers Connector (Phase II) tract is a 181-acre portion of an 850-acre project in Greenville County. This project will bridge a major habitat corridor that builds on a 40-year legacy. The property borders Firefly Forest, home to blue ghost fireflies, and a nearly 1,800-acre forest block known as Tall Pines. Joining other tracts surrounding this project makes the South Saluda the most publicly accessible trout stream in South Carolina.
A map for the Saluda Rivers Connector project has been provided in Google Map format.