Community Scientists Sprout New Salt Marsh Habitat
Over 200 volunteers plant nearly 90,000 seedlings at five Charleston-area sites.
Welcome to the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium
The Consortium is a university-based program that supports the wise use and conservation of South Carolina’s coastal resources to create a sustainable economy and environment. Our mission and focus areas >
Facilitating and Funding Coastal and Marine Research
Supporting the Informational Needs of Coastal Residents
Developing Resources for Educators and Students
Latest Publications and News
Over the next 30 years, a multitude of changes — including rising sea level, more frequent rain bursts, and an anticipated population influx — will alter South Carolina’s coastal landscape. How will communities adapt to the challenges presented?
The Consortium recently received a grant from the NOAA National Sea Grant College Program for the project titled, “Developing a Blueprint for a Southeast Regional Fisheries and Aquaculture Training Center.”
Katie Finegan, PE, recently joined the Consortium as coastal processes program specialist, a position shared with the Burroughs and Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies at Coastal Carolina University.
The Consortium has taken the lead on coordinating the South Carolina Clean Marina program designed to protect and improve water quality.