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This searchable calendar lists coastal management-related events in the default order of current, upcoming, unscheduled, and on-going; past events may be viewed by selecting the ‘Include Past Events’ option.  An event can be searched by keyword, date, type of event, location, category, audience, or partners involved.  If you have any questions or comments please don’t hesitate to e-mail us.

 
 
   
 
Upcoming Events 1 to 8 of 8, Sorted by Event Date:
  
APRIL, 2011
  • Clean Marine: Help Protect Our Coastal Waterways from Marine Debris!
    Public Event, Statewide: Coast [Various locations throughout Greater Charleston], April 08, 2011
    Category(s): Coastal Management, Port, Harbor, Marina Mgmt., Water Quality
    Help Protect Our Coastal Waterways from Marine Debris! April 8-10, 2011 Coastal recreational boaters, anglers and watermen will be able to dispose of unwanted equipment for FREE at a special three-day event in the greater Charleston area.
  • 2011 Tri-County Lawnmower Exchange
    Public Event, Region: BCD [Mount Pleasant Waterfront Park], April 09, 2011
    Category(s): Air Quality, Climate Change/Sea Level Rise, Sustainable Development
    This event will take place on Saturday, April 9th, 2011 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Mt. Pleasant Waterfront Park. If you would like more information visit the following website. www.scdhec.gov/lawnmowerexchange
AUGUST, 2011
  • BCD Region Development Scenarios
    Public Event, Region: BCD [Trident Technical College, Complex for Economic Development; 4-10pm], August 23, 2011
    Category(s): Land Use Planning, Growth Management, Community Development Issues
    A public forum to discuss potential scenarios for development and to identify a preferred scenario for future growth in the BCD region will be held on Tuesday, August 23rd from 4-10 pm at Trident Technical College’s Complex for Economic Development.
  • Information Meeting- Waccamaw Region Section 208 Water Quality Management Plan
    Public Event, Region: Waccamaw [1230 Highmarket St. Georgetown, SC 29440], August 23, 2011
    Category(s): Watershed Management, Water Quality
    6:00pm Informational meeting to review the Draft 2011 Waccamaw Region Section 208 Water Quality Plan. Public comments will be forwarded to the Waccamaw Regional COG Board of Directors for review at their meeting on September 12, 2011 in Georgetown.
MARCH, 2012
  • 2012 Tri-County Lawn Mower Exchange
    Public Event, Region: BCD [Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park], March 24, 2012
    Category(s): Energy Efficiency, Community Development Issues, Coastal Management, Air Quality
    The 2012 Tri-County Lawn Mower Exchange will be held on Saturday, March 24th at Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park. We're currently seeking interested sponsors and vendors with products or programs that focus on air and water quality.
APRIL, 2013
  • Ocean Frontiers Documentary and Panel Discussion
    Public Event, Statewide: Coast [College of Charleston, Tate Center room 202, Liberty Street], April 09, 2013
    Category(s): Marine Spatial Planning, Coastal Management
    Please join us in the College of Charleston Tate Center (Liberty St, downtown) room 202 Tuesday, April 9th from 5:30-7:00pm for a showing of the short documentary, Ocean Frontiers (www.ocean-frontiers.org). A panel discussion will follow the film.
MARCH, 2014
  • Lowcountry: Spring 2014 Plant Sale!
    Public Event, Region: Lowcountry [Charleston Towne Landing, Charleston SC], March 15, 2014
    The Lowcountry Chapter of the SC Native Plant Society, in partnership with Charles Towne Landing, will hold a Native Plant Sale on Saturday, March 15 from 9 am to 12 pm in the parking lot of Charles Towne Landing, 1500 Old Towne Road, Charleston.
MAY, 2014
  • Oakbrook-Ashley Riverfest
    Public Event, Region: BCD [Jessen Boat Landing and Colonial Dorchester State Park], May 03, 2014
    Category(s): Water Quality, History/Heritage, Conservation
    Please join us in being an integral part of the first annual Riverfest scheduled for 11:00 AM until 5:00 PM Saturday, May 3rd. This will be a celebration of history, conservation and community.