The first Sea Grant Blue Carbon Law Symposium convened around 140 participants to discuss coastal blue carbon ecosystems in the United States.
Formal and nonformal educators recently participated in a BioDiscovery Project workshop at James Island County Park, where they had an up-close look at organisms living on bioracks.
Water Chats was recently presented with the Gold Award for Promotional and Marketing Materials from the Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals.
Caitlin Bolger was recently promoted to grants manager at the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium.
Registration is now open for the Sea Grant Blue Carbon Law Symposium to be held in Athens, Georgia, on May 17-18, 2023.
Landon Knapp has been promoted to Coastal Resilience Program manager.
The 2022 Water Chats webinar series featuring statewide professional and student research has concluded, with planning for 2023’s program underway.
The All Booked Up Coastal Reading Club kicked-off in March 2021, bringing people together to network and discuss books on environmental and natural resources topics.
The Consortium was recently awarded nearly $500,000 over four years to develop an assessment framework on the benefits and feasibility of Thin Layer Placement (TLP) in South Carolina.
Matt Gorstein, assistant director for Development and Extension, was elected as secretary-treasurer for the Sea Grant Extension Assembly Executive Committee, serving a three-year term. In this role, Gorstein will keep track of the Assembly budget and ensure all...
The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium is pleased to announce that our biennial Request for 2024-2025 Proposals is open for submissions.
Clemson Provost Robert Jones Re-Elected S.C. Sea Grant Board Chair, SCDNR Director Robert Boyles, Jr. Re-Elected Vice-Chair
Clemson University Provost Dr. Robert H. Jones was re-elected chair of S.C. Sea Grant Consortium’s Board of Directors and S.C. Department of Natural Resources Director Robert H. Boyles, Jr. was re-elected vice-chair by unanimous votes on November 3, 2022.