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Extension
The S.C. Sea Grant Extension Program partners with Consortium member institutions, other Sea Grant programs, S.C. natural resource agencies, and others to deliver science-based, problem-solving educational programs to South Carolina coastal communities.
 

Fundamentals of a Sea Grant Extension Program

Extension Staff
Find out where SCSGEP specialists work and how to get in touch with them.

Aquaculture
Aquaculture is "seafood farming." We provide technical assistance to producers to support environmentally friendly and economically viable operations.

Coastal Business and Economics
SCSGEP programs support the sustainable development and operation of natural resource-dependent coastal businesses; and demonstrates the economic value of coastal natural resources to the growth of the South Carolina coast.

Coastal Environmental Quality
With education that contributes to improved water quality, specialists help communities enhance and conserve the environment.

Coastal Communities
Program about land use planning, regional infrastructure development, and other management techniques help communities sustain and conserve their coastal resources.

Marine Fisheries
The SCSGEP Fisheries/Living Marine Resource Program’s goal is to develop and provide science-based information and solutions that address the socio-economic, regulatory, research, and technology transfer issues facing South Carolina’s commercial/recreational fisheries and living marine resources in support of economically and environmentally sustainable fisheries and fishing communities.

Coastal Processes
Programs of applied research and outreach programs related to the dynamic nature of ocean shorelines, including beach erosion, sea level rise, rip currents, and other phenomena.

Coastal Climate
Develop, evaluate and provide information on the impact of future climatic change on Coastal Carolina.

Working Waterfronts Community Forums: Resources and Responses to Questions

Vulnerable Water Infrastructure in Coastal Cities

Sea Grant Extension
Coastal Science Serving South Carolina
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