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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 10 of 21, Sorted by Event Date:
MARCH, 2007
  • Stormwater Education for Municipalities
    Seminar, County: Charleston [Hollywood Town Hall], March 14, 2007
    Category(s): Water Quality, Stormwater Management, Non-point Source Pollution, Growth Management
    Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) presentation for the governments of Hollywood, Ravenel, and Meggett.
  • Impact of Stormwater Management on the Community
    Meeting, County: Charleston [Schroeder Middle School in Hollywood, SC], March 28, 2007
    Category(s): Water Quality, Stormwater Management, Non-point Source Pollution
    Public meeting to discuss the impact of stormwater on the community and how stormwater management is being handled by the county and municipalities.
  • Advanced Microsoft Access Training
    Training, County: Charleston [Fort Johnson, Charleston, SC], January 28, 2008
    Category(s): Process Skills
    This will be a hands-on training, and will involve practice on Microsoft Access to produce and edit databases. The week long training begins Monday, January 28th and ends on Friday, February 1st; each day will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 12:00 p.m..
  • Master Wildlifer II
    Training, County: Charleston [Trident Technical College Main Campus], February 19, 2008
    Category(s): Wildlife Management
    Master Wildlifer II is designed for landowners, land managers, and wildlife enthusiasts who are interested in integrating wildlife considerations into their current land use management activities. Special emphasis is placed on wildlife (game species) that currently offer landowners additional sources of income through recreational access fees. Course participants will obtain the knowledge and necessary tools to enhance habitat for a variety of wildlife species. Master Wildlifer II is an advanced up-to-date version of the Master Wildlifer 2003 and 2005 course and incorporates the latest research and management information from the leading experts in the field of wildlife management. Participants are not required to have taken Master Wildlifer I to attend this course.
MARCH, 2008
  • Public Hearing: Local Comprehensive Beach Management Plan for the City of Isle of Palms
    Public Hearing, County: Charleston [Isle of Palms City Hall, Isle of Palms], March 19, 2008
    Category(s): Shoreline Change, Land Use Planning, Growth Management, Community Development Issues, Coastal Laws, Rules, Regulations, Coastal Erosion, Beach Management & Access
    Public Hearing to consider approving, remanding or modifying the proposed Local Comprehensive Beach Management Plan for the City of Isle of Palms.
  • Sustainable Infill Development: The Navy Yard at Noisette as the New American City
    Conference, County: Charleston [10 Storehouse Row, The Navy Yard at Noisette], March 28, 2008
    Category(s): Land Use Planning, Infill Development/Retrofits, Coastal Tourism, Community Development Issues
    Come hear a diverse group of panelists discuss the best practices used in this military base redevelopment.
APRIL, 2008
  • Planning Tools Expo
    Seminar, County: Charleston [10 Storehouse Row, Nave Yard at Noisette, North Charleston], April 17, 2008
    Category(s): Land Use Planning, Growth Management, Community Development Issues, Coastal Hazards & Hurricanes, Climate Change/Sea Level Rise
    Come learn about the 'Creating Resilient Communities' Initiative taking place in Charleston County while also being exposed to a variety of planning, hazard mapping and decision-support tools. The event will take place from 4:00-7:00 p.m.
AUGUST, 2008
  • Southeast Regional Quality Growth Conference: Building Sustainable Communities for the 21st Century
    Conference, County: Charleston [Doubletree Guest Suites, Charleston, SC], August 12, 2008
    Category(s): Coastal Hazards & Hurricanes, Community Development Issues, Groundwater Issues, Growth Management, Land Use Planning, Low Impact Development
    The conference will highlight resource protection programs and management strategies to ensure more sustainable communities in a time of unprecedented growth and development pressures, diminished water availability and threats from climate change.
  • S.C. Water Resources Conference
    Conference, County: Charleston [Charleston Area Convention Center], October 14, 2008
    Category(s): Watershed Management, Water Quality, Tides and Water Levels, Stormwater Management, Non-point Source Pollution, Land Use Planning, Growth Management, Groundwater Issues, Estuarine Management, Community Development Issues
    The purpose of this conference is to provide an open forum to discuss current water policies, research projects, and water management in the state.