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Coastal Heritage Magazine

Coastal Heritage is a quarterly publication of the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium, a science-based state agency supporting research, education, and outreach to conserve coastal resources and enhance economic opportunity for the people of South Carolina.

Subscriptions to the printed magazine and back copies of previous issues are available without cost upon request.

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Cover of the Spring 2019 issue showing a child in front of a museum.

Citizen Science: Encouraging Public Engagement

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Cover of the Spring 2019 issue showing a child in front of a museum.

Coastal Museums: Showcasing Homegrown History

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Cover of the Winter 2019 issue showing a woman working in a urban garden.

Designing for Water: Strategies to Mitigate Flood Impacts

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Cover of the Fall 2018 issue showing a bird on a dead tree in a marsh.

First Impacts: Natural Systems Face Sea-Level Rise

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Cover of the Summer 2018 issue showing a fisherman holding an oyster cage.

Tank to Table: How Single Oyster Mariculture Works

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Cover of the Spring 2018 issue showing a younger woman with two older people.

Passing the Torch: Mentoring the Next Generation

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Cover of the Fall 2017/Winter 2018 issue showing a young scientist panning in a body of water.

Stormwater Ponds: The Coast Re-Plumbed

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Cover of the Summer/Fall 2017 issue showing a group of women practicing yoga on a deck in the forest.

Love for Natural Places: How It Shapes Our Coast and Affects Us All

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