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Information about Historic Properties in South Carolina

By South Carolina Historic Preservation Office

Posted on: June, 10 2007

This website compiles digital information on historic properties in South Carolina, including PDF files of all properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places, a list of all National Historic Landmarks, historic contexts, and a list of properties associated with African-American history in the state.

State Historic Preservation Office Grants

By State Historic Preservation Office

Posted on: June, 10 2007

This website provides an overview of the two types of grants available from the State Historic Preservation Office: Survey and Planning grants and Stabilization grants. The website provides descriptions of each grant, eligibility requirements, and sample grant projects.

A Financial Incentives Guide for South Carolina's Historic Properties

By State Historic Preservation Office

Posted on: June, 10 2007

This spreadsheet provides descriptions of various grant and loan programs that could provide financial assistance to historic properties. Each entry includes contact information, a description of the grant, eligibility requirements, and additional information.

Protection: Environmental Review

By State Historic Preservation Office

Posted on: June, 10 2007

This website describes the federal and state laws governing protection of historic properties, including the National Historic Preservation Act and the Coastal Zone Management Act. The website also describes the project review process, links to the Project Review Form, and provides information on archaeological surveys and records of historic properties available at the State Archives.

Listing a Property in the National Register of Historic Places

By State Historic Preservation Office

Posted on: June, 10 2007

This pamphlet describes the steps to nominate a property to the National Register of Historic Places.

Pervious Concrete Reference and Tools

By various

Posted on: June, 10 2007

This site has a number of model ordinances for including impervious cover and pervious surfaces into a municipality's stormwater ordinance. There is also general information on pervious concrete as one technology example.

Dune Restoration Reference and Tools

By various

Posted on: June, 10 2007

This site has a number of reference publications for dune restoration and maintenance including a sand fence guide, planting guides, Beach Vitex information, and listings of nurseries to obtain dune plants.

Characterization of the Ashepoo-Combahee-Edisto (ACE) Basin, South Carolina

By Elizabeth Wenner, Denise Sanger, Saundra Upchurch, and Mark Thompson

Posted on: June, 10 2007

This report summarizes a characterization study developed to provide agencies, land managers, resource managers, conservation groups, scientists and citizens with an interdisciplinary synthesis of information about the ACE Basin.

Training Needs Assessment of Professional Decision Makers in the Coastal Counties of South Carolina

By ACE Basin NERR and North Inlet/Winyah Bay NERR

Posted on: June, 10 2007

This report summarizes the responses of coastal decision makers surveyed to reassess the training and information needs of municipal and county officials in the six coastal counties of South Carolina. Respondents commented on personal background and experience, coastal issue priorities and preferences for training delivery and format.

How to Build a Dune

By SCDHEC-OCRM

Posted on: June, 10 2007

This how-to manual contains instructions for projects that help nature increase the size and stamina of sand dunes.