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#FloodSmart

Date

May 02, 2019

Time

9:30 AM- 12:00 PM

Location

310 N Morgan Ave, Andrews, SC 29501

Venue

Andrews Church of God

Narrative

Planning to manage flooding should include all community perspectives. This interactive workshop is an opportunity to discuss flooding and other climate issues in the town of Andrews. Participants will simulate long term community planning and decision making small groups. Feed back from this workshop will be shared in a report to county leaders.

What? This interactive workshop is an opportunity to discuss the issue of flooding in the Town of Andrews and Georgetown County. Participants will simulate community planning and decision making in small groups.

Why participate? Participants will have the opportunity to share their reflections on the workshop and their experiences with recent flooding. Feedback from this workshop will be shared in a report to the general public and county leaders.

Who should attend: Anyone is welcome to attend – concerned citizens, government staff, business owners, community leaders, students, etc.

If you have any questions regarding this event or need assistance please contact Maeve Snyder at 843-904-9034 or msnyder@baruch.sc.edu

Very best regards,

Pam Martin, Executive Director Georgetown RISE and Maeve Snyder, Education Task Force Coordinator, Georgetown RISE

Contact

Maeve Snyder, Coastal Training Programs Coordinator

msnyder@belle.baruch.sc.edu

Type
  • Workshop
Audience
  • General Public
  • Local Government
  • Outreach/Education Professionals
  • Public Works Officials
Categories
  • Climate Adaptation
  • Coastal Hazards & Hurricanes
  • Environmental Health
  • Flooding
  • SC Flood
Quarter
  • Spring 19 (Apr - Jun)
Leading Org.
  • North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
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