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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.

 
 
   
 
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JULY, 2005
  • Hypoxia Response Workshop
    Workshop, County: Georgetown [Georgetown], July 07, 2005
    A follow up workshop to the Long Bay Hypoxia Study workshop on June 14th, 2005, to define a coordinated response plan for any future hypoxia events within Long Bay.
SEPTEMBER, 2005
  • Columbia Workshop
    Workshop, Statewide: Coast, September 28, 2005
    Workshop: regulations, processes, etc. for permitting and certification; Breakout Sessions: three one hour sessions on Nationwide Permits, mitigation, stormwater, cultural resources, endangered species and wetland ID
OCTOBER, 2005
DECEMBER, 2005
  • Coastal Development Alternatives: Innovative Case Studies from the Low Country
    Workshop, County: Georgetown [Litchfield], December 08, 2005
    Category(s): Low Impact Development
    This training event is the latest installment in a series of workshops focusing on watershed-sensitive site design. This event is intended to provide developers, planners, architects, landscape architects, stormwater managers, engineers, and conservation interests with practical strategies for designing, permitting, and constructing neighborhoods that optimize social quality of life, natural resource protection, and economic viability in the coastal zone of South Carolina.
FEBRUARY, 2006
  • BCD Regional Coastal Community Workshop
    Workshop, Region: BCD [North Charleston], February 07, 2006
    A Land-Use Workshop to address coastal growth impacts and land use and natural resource protection issues. The workshop will include panel discussion and breakout workgroups that will work through local case studies.
  • Stormwater Education Workshop
    Workshop, County: Georgetown [Conway], February 13, 2006
    A stormwater education activity that will incoropate NEMO principles for elected and appointed officials. The workshop will focus on NPS pollution and stormwater, management practices and incentives, and guidance for better site design and planning.
MARCH, 2006
  • Low Country Regional Coastal Community Workshop
    Workshop, Region: Lowcountry [Ridgeland], March 30, 2006
    A Land-Use Workshop to address coastal growth impacts and land use and natural resource protection issues. The workshop will include panel discussion and breakout workgroups that will work through local case studies.
APRIL, 2006
  • Waccamaw Regional Coastal Community Workshop
    Workshop, Region: Waccamaw [Conway], April 20, 2006
    A Land-Use Workshop to address coastal growth impacts and land use and natural resource protection issues. The workshop will include panel discussion and breakout workgroups that will work through local case studies.
JUNE, 2006
  • Stormwater Education Workshop Event 1
    Workshop, County: Horry [Conway], June 05, 2006
    A rain garden/homeowner stormwater education event to be held at Coastal Carolina University in Conway. The workshop will focus on NPS pollution and stormwater, management practices and incentives, and guidance for better site design and planning.
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