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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, 2012
  • Project Design and Evaluation
    Training, Statewide: Coast [Charleston, SC], April 03, 2012
    Category(s): Project Design & Evaluation
    A two-day interactive training course developed to help participants increase their knowledge and skils related to project design and implementation with measurable impacts on target audiences.
JULY, 2012
  • Project Design and Evaluation
    Training, Statewide: Coast [Bluffton, SC], July 25, 2012
    Category(s): Project Design & Evaluation
    This is a NOAA Coastal Services Center-led training focused on designing and measuring impacts of projects.
OCTOBER, 2012
  • Water Words That Work (with communication expert Eric Eckl)
    Workshop, Statewide: Coast [The Coastal Georgia Center (Savannah, GA)], October 25, 2012
    Category(s): Watershed Management, Water Quality, Non-point Source Pollution, Low Impact Development, Land Use Planning, Community Development Issues, Coastal Management, Climate Change/Sea Level Rise
    For those of us in the environmental field, motivating action can be a challenge! Eric Eckl’s methods will help you create and deliver messages that reach your target audience and inspire them to action.
NOVEMBER, 2012
  • Introduction to Coastal GIS
    Training, Statewide: Coast [NOAA CSC, Charleston], November 07, 2012
    Category(s): GIS/Maps
    This three-day, introductory course provides students with knowledge and skills to successfully use ArcGIS desktop software. Framed in a coastal management context, the course begins with geographic information system (GIS) fundamentals and introduces tools and techniques useful for addressing coastal issues. In addition to lectures, demonstrations, and exercises in ArcGIS, the course incorporates small group activities and class discussion to reinforce concepts learned in lecture and exercises. Course instruction will be led by NOAA Coastal Services Center staff. This course is offered free of charge, and lunch will be provided.
JANUARY, 2013
  • Developing a Low Impact Development Manual for Coastal SC: Workshop 1
    Workshop, Statewide: Coast [Marine Resources Research Institute, SCDNR], January 16, 2013
    Category(s): Watershed Management, Water Quality, Sustainable Development, Low Impact Development, Land Use Planning, Green Infrastructure
    A one-day stakeholder workshop designed to obtain participant input for the design and content of a LID Manual for coastal South Carolina. This event is the first of a series of stakeholder workshops scheduled throughout the project year.
APRIL, 2013
  • Ocean Frontiers Documentary and Panel Discussion
    Public Event, Statewide: Coast [College of Charleston, Tate Center room 202, Liberty Street], April 09, 2013
    Category(s): Marine Spatial Planning, Coastal Management
    Please join us in the College of Charleston Tate Center (Liberty St, downtown) room 202 Tuesday, April 9th from 5:30-7:00pm for a showing of the short documentary, Ocean Frontiers (www.ocean-frontiers.org). A panel discussion will follow the film.
MAY, 2013
  • Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) and Stormwater Ponds
    Workshop, Statewide: Coast [Charleston, SC], May 31, 2013
    Category(s): Harmful Algae Blooms, Human Health Effects, Stormwater Management, Stormwater Ponds, Water Quality
    Workshop covering current state of knowledge about stormwater ponds and HABs and providing an "Ask the Experts forum among scientists, managers, and interested community members.
JUNE, 2013
  • Horry County Bioretention Workshop
    Workshop, Statewide: Coast [Myrtle Beach, SC], June 03, 2013
    Category(s): Watershed Management, Water Quality, Sustainable Development, Stormwater Management, Non-point Source Pollution, Low Impact Development, Land Use Planning
    This is a 2-day workshop (June 3 & 4) for stormwater professionals, engineers, landscape architects, planners, and stormwater educators focused on bioretention basin design, function, benefits, design alternatives, and maintenance.
FEBRUARY, 2014
  • Navigating Rough Seas: Planning and Facilitating Collaborative Meetings
    Workshop, Statewide: Coast [Fort Johnson, Charleston SC], February 25, 2014
    Category(s): Process Skills
    This two-day instructor-led course is designed to increase participants’ ability to plan and facilitate a meeting (or a series of meetings) that minimize conflict and enhance problem solving. Collaboration is often cited as a good way to address coastal resource management issues, but the collaborative process is complicated, requiring a systematic approach. This course provides the skills and tools to design and implement collaborative approaches. The skills will be useful even when attending, but not running, a collaborative meeting. After completing this course, participants will be able to: • Determine if a collaborative process is appropriate • Select people with the skill sets needed to fill each meeting role • Learn and practice facilitation skills • Use appropriate process tools and techniques to address the meeting objectives • Manage conflict in meetings by understanding group dynamics • Identify disruptive behaviors in group processes and practice strategies to deal with them
AUGUST, 2014
  • S.C. Beach Communities Kick-off Meeting
    Meeting, Statewide: Coast [Courtyard by Marriott - 125 Calhoun Street Charleston, SC 29401], August 12, 2014
    Category(s): Coastal Management, Coastal Laws, Rules, Regulations, Coastal Erosion, Climate Adaptation, Beach Management & Access
    Elko Coastal Consulting will host a meeting on August 12 & 13 in downtown Charleston to raise awareness and initiate discussions regarding beach preservation in South Carolina and agency perspectives on planning, designing and permitting beach projects.
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