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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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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.
JULY, 2007
  • Pervious Concrete: Hydrological and Structural Design and Construction
    Seminar, Region: Waccamaw [Litchfield, SC], July 11, 2007
    Category(s): Water Quality, Stormwater Management, Non-point Source Pollution, Low Impact Development, Growth Management
    Dr. Mike Leming, PE of NC State University will discuss the hydrological and structural design and construction of pervious concrete paving systems. Design software will be provided and a small demonstration will follow the seminar. PE and CEU credits.
JANUARY, 2008
  • Getting to Know Wetlands and the Rules that Govern Them
    Workshop, Region: Waccamaw [Coastal Carolina University’s Center for Marine and Wetland Studies], January 17, 2008
    Category(s): Land Use Planning, Community Development Issues, Coastal Laws, Rules, Regulations, Biodiversity Conservation
    This event is designed to help attendees understand why wetlands issues are important, the laws and rules governing them, as well as understand how well-informed decision making can yield more efficient results that adequately protect resources.
JULY, 2008
  • Getting to Know Wetlands
    Workshop, Region: Waccamaw [Litchfield, SC], July 17, 2008
    Category(s): Watershed Management, Water Quality, Stormwater Management, Low Impact Development, Land Use Planning, Growth Management, Community Development Issues
    This event is designed to help attendees understand why wetlands issues are important, the laws and rules governing them, as well as understand how well-informed decision making can yield more efficient results that adequately protect resources.
FEBRUARY, 2009
  • 9th Annual Waccamaw Conference
    Conference, Region: Waccamaw [Waccamaw Higher Education Center, Litchfield], February 28, 2009
    Category(s): Watershed Management, Water Quality, Public Access, Stormwater Management, Non-point Source Pollution, Land Use Planning, Growth Management, Coastal Tourism, Coastal Laws, Rules, Regulations
    The 9th annual Waccamaw Conference, co-hosted by Winyah Rivers Foundation and the Winyah Group of the Sierra Club, will include conservationists from across the state discussing the current state of our coastal plain rivers and efforts to protect water quality and water quantity for current and future users. To register for the conference, contact Christine Ellis at wrk@coastal.edu or 843-349-4007.
JUNE, 2009
  • Grand Strand Community Leaders’ Forum on Shoreline Change
    Meeting, Region: Waccamaw [Burroughs and Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies, Coastal Carolina University in Conway, S.C.], June 03, 2009
    Category(s): Tides and Water Levels, Community Development Issues, Coastal Laws, Rules, Regulations, Coastal Hazards & Hurricanes, Coastal Erosion, Climate Change/Sea Level Rise, Beach Management & Access
    Elected and municipal officials along with other community, nonprofit and business leaders from the Grand Strand region will discuss issues involving shoreline change management.
JUNE, 2011
  • Isolated Wetlands: Roles, Regulations, and Rulings
    Workshop, Region: Waccamaw [Kimbel Lodge at Hobcaw Barony], June 14, 2011
    Category(s): Wetlands, Watershed Management, Low Impact Development, Community Development Issues, Coastal Laws, Rules, Regulations, Biodiversity Conservation
    In light of recent federal and state judicial rulings over the jurisdiction of isolated wetlands, the Coastal Training Program is offering a half-day workshop dedicated to defining the role, regulations, and rulings surrounding isolated wetlands in the coastal zone.
AUGUST, 2011
  • Rainwater Harvesting and Water-Smart Landscaping
    Seminar, Region: Waccamaw [Clemson Cooperative Extension, Conway, SC], August 04, 2011
    Category(s): Water Quality, Low Impact Development
    This FREE, half-day seminar is intended to introduce local decision-makers, municipal staff, and landscaping professionals to the principles of rainwater harvesting and water-smart landscaping on local government properties.
  • Information Meeting- Waccamaw Region Section 208 Water Quality Management Plan
    Public Event, Region: Waccamaw [1230 Highmarket St. Georgetown, SC 29440], August 23, 2011
    Category(s): Watershed Management, Water Quality
    6:00pm Informational meeting to review the Draft 2011 Waccamaw Region Section 208 Water Quality Plan. Public comments will be forwarded to the Waccamaw Regional COG Board of Directors for review at their meeting on September 12, 2011 in Georgetown.
OCTOBER, 2011
  • Introducing Green Infrastructure for Coastal Resilience
    Workshop, Region: Waccamaw [Kimbel Lodge at Hobcaw Barony], October 06, 2011
    Category(s): Low Impact Development, Land Use Planning, GIS/Maps, Community Development Issues, Coastal Hazards & Hurricanes
    This workshop is intended to provide conservation organizations, planners, landscape architects, floodplain managers, and emergency managers the opportunity to discuss green infrastructure networks that protect community resilience to coastal hazards.
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