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Coastal Wetland Buffers Session 2: Putting Buffers Into Practice

Date

March 02, 2021

Time

10:00 am- 12:00pm

Location

Virtual

Narrative

Virtual training for planners, engineers, real estate developers and other land use professionals working in SC’s coastal counties. 1.5 hours of AICP credit and CEUs available. Registration https://bit.ly/2MKu9G0 Registration Closes 2/26. Advanced registration is required. Questions? Contact msnyder@baruch.sc.edu

 

Buffers protecting wetlands support clean water and prevent flooding, however SC doesn’t have universal regulations for buffer design and implementation. Jill Stewart, Director of the Dam Safety and Stormwater Permitting Division, SCDHEC will describe why local ordinances are common and the legal basis for buffer regulation from a stormwater perspective. Local government staff members from the Town of Mount Pleasant (Kevin Mitchell & Hillary Repik) and the Town of Hilton Head Island (Sally Krebs) will provide overviews of their local ordinances, as well as practical lessons in ordinance creation and enforcement. Attendees will also gain a buffer design perspective through a case study from Joshua Robinson of Robinson Design Engineers.

Contact

Maeve Snyder, Coastal Training Programs Coordinator

msnyder@belle.baruch.sc.edu

Type
  • Webinar
Audience
  • Consultants
  • Developers/Contractors
  • Engineers
  • Landscape Architects
  • Planners
  • State Government
Categories
  • Coastal Buffers
  • Coastal Erosion
Focus Areas
  • Statewide: Coast
Quarter
  • Winter 21 (Jan - Mar)
Leading Org.
  • ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve, SC Department of Natural Resources
Supporting Orgs.
  • North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • S.C. Sea Grant Consortium
  • Clemson Extension
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