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This searchable directory lists coastal-related trainings, workshops, conferences, and other events provided throughout the South Carolina coastal communities by Network partners. An event can be searched by topic, keyword, location, and target audience through this user-friendly website.

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The Comprehensive Planner: Taking a Systems Perspective

Date:
April 14, 2017
Location:
1362 McMillan Avenue, Suite 100, North Charleston, SC
Venue:
BCDCOG, Barrett Lawrimore Conference Room
Area:
Region: BCD
Supporting Partner:
Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments

The Comprehensive Planner: Taking a Systems Perspective

Date:
April 14, 2017
Location:
1362 McMillan Avenue, Suite 100, North Charleston, SC
Venue:
BCDCOG, Barrett Lawrimore Conference Room
Area:
Region: BCD
Type:
Training
Audience:
Academics, Architects, Coastal/Resource Managers, Consultants, Developers/Contractors, Engineers, Environmental Orgs, Federal Government, General Public, Landscape Architects, Local Government, Outreach/Education Professionals, Planners, Public Works Officials, State Government, Stormwater Educators, Stormwater Managers
Categories:
Biodiversity Conservation, Climate Adaptation, Climate Change/Sea Level Rise, Coastal Ecology, Coastal Habitat Restoration, Coastal Management, Community Development Issues, Conservation, Education/Resources, Green Infrastructure, Growth Management, Land Use Planning, Low Impact Development, Marine Spatial Planning, Permits/Permitting, Regulations, Rules
Supporting Partner:
BCD COG

Enabling Access to Public Spaces to Advance Economic, Environmental, and Social Benefits: and the UN's New Urban Agenda

Date:
March 31, 2017
Location:
1362 McMillan Avenue, Suite 100, North Charleston, SC
Venue:
BCDCOG, Barrett Lawrimore Conference Room
Area:
Region: BCD
Type:
Training
Audience:
Academics, Architects, Coastal/Resource Managers, Consultants, Developers/Contractors, Engineers, Environmental Orgs, Federal Government, General Public, Landscape Architects, Local Government, Outreach/Education Professionals, Planners, Public Works Officials, State Government, Stormwater Educators, Stormwater Managers
Categories:
Air Quality, Beach Management & Access, Biodiversity Conservation, Climate Adaptation, Climate Communication, Coastal Management, Community Development Issues, Conservation, Economics, Education/Resources, Green Infrastructure, Growth Management, History/Heritage, Land Use Planning, Marine Spatial Planning, Population (of coasts), Public Access, Regulations, Sustainable Development
Supporting Partner:
BCD COG

Planning Ethics: Dealing with Problem Boards and Board Members

The following training is offered for Planning and Zoning staff members. Distribution to Board and Commission members is left to the discretion of your department.

Date:
April 21, 2017
Location:
1362 McMillan Avenue, Suite 100, North Charleston, SC
Venue:
BCDCOG, Barrett Lawrimore Conference Room
Area:
Region: BCD, County: Beaufort, County: Berkeley, County: Charleston, County: Dorchester
Type:
Training
Audience:
Coastal/Resource Managers, Developers/Contractors, Planners, Public Works Officials
Categories:
Coastal Management, Community Development Issues, Education/Resources, Growth Management, Land Use Planning, Marine Spatial Planning, Permits/Permitting, Project Design & Evaluation, Regulations, Rules, Sustainable Development, Transportation Planning
Supporting Partner:
BCD COG

Southeast & Caribbean Climate Community of Practice In-Person Meeting

Southeast & Caribbean Climate Community of Practice In-Person Meeting, April 24-26, Charleston, SC

Date:
April 24 - 26, 2017
Location:
Charleston, SC
Venue:
Hilton Garden Inn Charleston Waterfront/Downtown
Registration:
Area:
Region: Southeastern U.S. Coast
Type:
Meeting
Audience:
Coastal/Resource Managers, Environmental Orgs, Federal Government, Local Government, Outreach/Education Professionals, Planners, Public Works Officials, State Government, Stormwater Educators, Stormwater Managers
Categories:
Climate Adaptation, Climate Communication, Coastal Hazards & Hurricanes
Lead Partner:
Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments (CISA)

South Carolina Seafood Summit

Plan to attend for updates and discussion on important fisheries, aquaculture, and working waterfronts topics!

Date:
March 21, 2017
Location:
Charleston, SC
Venue:
Edisto Hall, James Island County Park
Registration:
Area:
Region: BCD, County: Beaufort, County: Berkeley, County: Charleston, Statewide: Coast, County: Colleton, County: Dorchester, County: Georgetown, County: Horry, County: Jasper, Region: Lowcountry, Region: Waccamaw
Type:
Other
Categories:
Aquaculture/Mariculture, Economics, Fisheries & Fisheries Mgmt., Working Waterfronts
Supporting Partner:
S.C. Sea Grant Consortium

SCCIN Spring 2017 Meeting

Date:
March 23, 2017
Location:
Georgetown, SC
Venue:
Kimbel Lodge
Area:
Region: BCD, County: Beaufort, County: Berkeley, County: Charleston, Statewide: Coast, County: Colleton, County: Dorchester, County: Georgetown, County: Horry, County: Jasper, Region: Lowcountry, Region: Nation WIde, Region: National U.S. Coast, Region: Southeastern U.S. Coast, Region: Southeastern United States, Statewide: Statewide, Region: Waccamaw
Type:
Meeting
Audience:
Academics, Architects, Coastal/Resource Managers, Consultants, Developers/Contractors, Engineers, Environmental Orgs, Federal Government, General Public, Landscape Architects, Local Government, Outreach/Education Professionals, Planners, Public Works Officials, State Government, Stormwater Educators, Stormwater Managers
Categories:
Air Quality, Apps, Aquaculture/Mariculture, Beach Management & Access, Biodiversity Conservation, Charleston Resilience Network, Climate Adaptation, Climate Change/Sea Level Rise, Climate Communication, Coastal Ecology, Coastal Erosion, Coastal Geomorphology, Coastal Habitat Restoration, Coastal Hazards & Hurricanes, Coastal Laws, Coastal Management, Coastal Saltwater Intrusion, Coastal Tourism, Community Development Issues, Conservation, Digital Tools, Economics, Education/Resources, Energy Efficiency, Estuarine Management, Fauna Taxonomy/ID, Fisheries & Fisheries Mgmt., Flora Taxonomy/ID, Forestry, Funding/Grants, GIS/Maps, Green Infrastructure, Groundwater Issues, Growth Management, Harbor, Harmful Algae Blooms, Historic Preservation, History/Heritage, Human Health Effects, Hypoxia, Impoundments, Infill Development/Retrofits, Invasive Species, Land Use Planning, Low Impact Development, Marina Mgmt., Marine Spatial Planning, Non-point Source Pollution, Nutrient Modeling, Permits/Permitting, Pollution, Population (of coasts), Port, Process Skills, Project Design & Evaluation, Public Access, Regulations, Restoration Science, Rules, SC Flood, Science Education, Sediment Basins, Shoreline Change, Stormwater Management, Stormwater Ponds, Sustainable Development, Tidal Creeks, Tides and Water Levels, Transportation Planning, Water Quality, Watershed Management, Wetlands, Wildlife Management, Working Waterfronts

Half-Moon Distribution: LEED Platinum Tour & Welcome Event

Date:
January 19, 2017
Location:
1084 East Montague Street Charleston, SC 29405
Venue:
Half-Moon Outfitters Inc
Area:
Region: BCD
Type:
Public Event
Audience:
General Public
Categories:
Coastal Tourism
Supporting Partner:
USGBC-SC

Shem Creek Working Waterfront Community Forum

You are invited to attend community forums to learn about recent research projects conducted in our working waterfront communities. The purpose of these projects is to explore the past, present, and future of South Carolina’s working waterfronts. Ple

Date:
January 31, 2017
Location:
1133 Mathis Ferry Rd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464
Venue:
Mt. Pleasant Regional Library
Area:
County: Charleston
Type:
Public Event
Audience:
Coastal/Resource Managers, Developers/Contractors, Engineers, Environmental Orgs, General Public, Local Government, Planners, Public Works Officials
Categories:
Working Waterfronts
Supporting Partner:
S.C. Sea Grant Consortium, Clemson University, College of Charleston

Port Royal Working Waterfront Community Forum

You are invited to attend community forums to learn about recent research projects conducted in our working waterfront communities. The purpose of these projects is to explore the past, present, and future of South Carolina’s working waterfronts. Ple

Date:
January 30, 2017
Location:
102 Industrial Village Rd, Beaufort SC
Venue:
Clemson Extension Office
Area:
County: Beaufort
Type:
Public Event
Audience:
Coastal/Resource Managers, Developers/Contractors, Engineers, Environmental Orgs, General Public, Local Government, Planners, Public Works Officials
Categories:
Working Waterfronts
Supporting Partner:
S.C. Sea Grant Consortium, Clemson University, College of Charleston