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Flooding 411

Are you worried about whether floods could damage your home or property in coastal South Carolina? Confused as to where all the water is coming from, why there’s so much of it, and what might happen in the future? Join us for Flooding 411, an educational program where you can learn how to protect yourself, your family and your property from flooding.

Flooding 411 is an educational program addressing flooding issues faced by coastal South Carolina residents. Various scientific, government, and education experts deliver information on subjects such as flooding safety, property protection, community impacts, who to contact, and more.

2022 June Webinar Series

This series helps residents better understand the different causes of flooding, the roles different agencies play in flood response and recovery, ways to protect both personal and community property, as well as examples of successful flood management in the state. Various expert present during four, 90-minute webinars.

  • Wednesday, June 8: Water and Landscape: Constant Change
  • Tuesday, June 14: Who’s Who for Flood Management and Recovery
  • Wednesday, June 22: Reducing Flood Impacts to Property and Community
  • Wednesday, June 29: Successful Examples of Community Flood Management

Ask an Expert Hour

These one hour, lunch-and-learn sessions focus on timely and specific, flooding-related topics. Experts present and then are available for questions from attendees.

 

Understanding Flood Insurance

The basics on residential flood insurance in Coastal South Carolina, with Q&A by Lisa A. Sharrard, who has been working in floodplain management and flood insurance for 30 years.

Meet your Local Floodplain Managers

Mark your Calendar – September 14, 2022

Dams

Mark your Calendar – December 7, 2022

Flooding 411 Roadshow

For communities who would prefer to receive information from the Flooding 411 Webinar Series or the Ask an Expert Hours in an in-person format, we can develop presentations tailored directly for your community’s needs.

Would you like Flooding 411 in your community? Contact us at flooding411@gmail.com.

More Information

For more information, visit our YouTube Channel or contact the Flooding 411 Team at flooding411@gmail.com.

Clemson Cooperative Extension
South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium
Ace Basin NERR
North Inlet Winyah Bay NERR
Ashely Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium
Lowcountry Stormwater Partners