Training Events

These events are hosted by the Coastal Training Program (CTP). Click the appropriate “Register” button below to register for an upcoming program. To register by email or phone, or for event questions, contact the CTP Coordinator.

Breaking through Barriers

 

Intended
Audience
Environmental and Community Outreach Professionals, Communications or Public Information Officers.

Description

Foreign languages. Cultural differences and isolation. Low education levels. More often than not, you will encounter these barriers when working in the very communities that are most at risk of catastrophic weather and environmental hazards. And you will also encounter these barriers when reaching out to those who catch the fish, cut the trees, dig the mines, drill the wells, and drive the bulldozers. The Breaking Through Barriers series provides big concepts and practical tips to help you reach out to "underserved" audiences from all walks of life.

Date:

 

January 14, 2015
Full-day workshop exact times TBA

Location:

USDA Vegetable Lab
2700 Savannah Hwy
Charleston, SC

Cost This event is free of charge.

Flyer

Registration Required by January 9th.

Conservation of Coastal Habitats in a Changing Climate

 

Intended Audience Land managers, researchers, land stewards, and local officials who are challenged with making conservation decisions in a changing environment

Objective To Learn about the CCVATCH decision support tool,which assesses the climate vulnerability of site specific habitats. This process provides a way to identify habitats that are most likely to be affected by projected changes in climate, while also providing insight as to why these habitats are vulnerable and to identify potential management actions.

Date January 28, 2015
Location

Hobcaw Barony
Georgetown, SC

Cost

This event is free of charge.

This workshop is open to all who have participated in the pilot project and also to those who are interested in learning more about the CCVATCH.

Flyer

 

Future Coastal Training Program Events

Coastal Floodplain Basics

Reducing Non-Point Source Pollution Through Redevelopment

Webinars

Webinars are a great way to stay informed about the latest in scientific research and innovative development and planning practices that are relevant to coastal decision-making. Check out these websites for available programs.

NOAA Coastal Services Center, Digital Coastal Webinar Series

NOAA National Oceanographic Data Center, OneNOAA Science Seminars

Center for Land Use Education & Research (CLEAR), 2011 Webinar Series

EBM Tools Network, Demonstration Webinars

US Fish and Wildlife, Climate Change Structured Decision Making Webinar

US Fish and Wildlife, Safegaurding Wildlife from Climate Change Web Conference Series

 

Other Events of Interest

These events are hosted by outside groups, not by the North Inlet-Winyah Bay Coastal Training Program. Please refer to their websites or flyers for contact and registration information.

Teacher Open House

Waccamaw COG: Green Infrastructure

Search for Additional Events at:

South Carolina Coastal Information Network

ACE Basin Coastal Training Program

 

 
NOAA National Estuarine Research Reserve System University of South Carolina Baruch Institute-USC Belle W. Baruch Foundation