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Healthy Pond Series: Shoreline Erosion Solutions Webinar

Date

June 11, 2020

Time

2 pm - 4 pm

Location

Online

Venue

Clemson Extension Virtual Classroom

Narrative

The Healthy Pond Series is a community-based discussion series for pond owners to learn and share stormwater pond management solutions. This workshop, in the series, is intended for pond owners in both the Charleston Tri-County and Lowcountry. This virtual session will discuss shoreline erosion solutions, and you’ll hear about multiple solutions from different industry experts, followed by time for questions.

You will see two ticket options when you register. Please select your geographic area:

  • Charleston – Charleston, Dorchester and Berkeley Counties
  • Lowcountry – Beaufort, Colleton, Jasper and Hampton Counties

If neither or both of these apply, please select based on where you would most likely attend an in-person event when we are able to hold those again. You will be emailed webinar access instructions after you register. Please contact Abi Locatis Prochaska prochaskaa@dnr.sc.gov if you have questions about webinar access.

This event is free and will be useful to anyone who owns or manages a stormwater pond. Please feel free to invite your HOA board, property management company or anyone else who might be interested.

Own a pond in the Grand Strand Area? Contact Guinn Wallover at cggarre@clemson.edu for upcoming Healthy Pond opportunities.

 

Contact

Abi Locatis Prochaska, Program Coordinator

Phone: 843-953-9363

ProchaskaA@dnr.sc.gov

Type
  • Webinar
Audience
  • General Public
  • HOA Representatives and Property Managers
  • Pond Management Professionals
  • Pond Owners
Categories
  • Stormwater Management
  • Stormwater Ponds
Focus Areas
  • Region: BCD
  • County: Beaufort
  • County: Berkeley
  • County: Charleston
  • County: Colleton
  • County: Dorchester
  • County: Jasper
  • Region: Lowcountry
Quarter
  • Spring 20 (Apr - Jun)
Leading Org.
  • ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve, SC Department of Natural Resources
Supporting Orgs.
  • Carolina Clear
  • Clemson Extension
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