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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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JANUARY, 2006
  • High Performance Building: Balancing Environmental & Economic Sustainability
    Training, Region: Lowcountry [Litchfield], January 25, 2006
    Category(s): Low Impact Development
    An introduction to high performance (green) building. Technology fair to follow the training protion of the event. Event held at the Coastal Carolina University Waccamaw Higher Education Center.
  • Dune Restoration: Helping the Dunes Help You
    Training, Region: Lowcountry [Edisto Beach], January 31, 2006
    Category(s): Beach Management & Access
    Continuing increase in coastal development and the growing toursim market makes for a situation where beach erosion can have severe economic consequences.
MARCH, 2006
  • Sustainalbe Building: Four Case Scenarios
    Training, Region: Lowcountry [Savannah, GA], March 22, 2006
    Event designed to demonstrate sustainable or green building examples and raise awareness of current sustainable building practices in a variety of building settings...
  • 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.
JUNE, 2006
  • Using Habitat Mapping in Coastal Management-Part 1
    Training, Region: Lowcountry [Bluffton], June 14, 2006
    Category(s): Community Development Issues
    The overall goal of the meeting series is to develop a priority habitat mapping tool, so development decisions can be guided by scientific understanding of impacts to different habitats/plant communities and their associated flora and fauna.
AUGUST, 2006
  • Impacts of Development on Estuarine Systems
    Training, Region: Lowcountry [Beaufort], August 24, 2006
    Category(s): Community Development Issues
    This meeting is part of the ongoing process to develop a priority habitat mapping tool...
OCTOBER, 2006
  • Dune Restoration II: Helping The Dunes Help You
    Training, Region: Lowcountry [Hilton Head Island], October 31, 2006
    Category(s): Beach Management & Access
    Continuing increase in coastal development and the growing tourism market makes for a situation where beach erosion can have severe economic consequences.
NOVEMBER, 2006
  • Coastal Community Planning and Development-Edisto Island
    Training, Region: Lowcountry [Edisto Island], November 29, 2006
    Category(s): Community Development Issues
    This training course is planned to assist Edisto Island and Edisto Beach with making a collaborative and proactive plan for their future.
FEBRUARY, 2007
  • Scott Creek Research Project: Results and Implications
    Workshop, Region: Lowcountry [Edisto Island], February 06, 2007
    Category(s): Coastal Habitat Restoration
    SCDNR staff and partners have been researching the hydraulic, geologic, and biological nature of Scott Creek for the past three years.
APRIL, 2007
  • Use of Pervious Concrete in Stormwater Management
    Seminar, Region: Lowcountry [Hollywood, SC], April 25, 2007
    Category(s): Stormwater Management, Non-point Source Pollution, Low Impact Development, Growth Management
    When properly installed and maintained pervious materials are efficient, cost-effective and underutilized tools for managing stormwater runoff. This seminar is designed to give general information on the basics for laying pervious concrete, as well as, the economics of pervious versus conventional concrete.
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