Lowcountry Flood Mitigation
Flooding in the Lowcountry is not a new problem. Just ask any resident of Charleston - and you will likely hear a story.
The Coastal Conservation League works to safeguard our water resources from excessive withdrawal and pollution.
The Coastal Conservation League is working with partners on several initiatives designed to reduce plastic pollution in our state.
Wave Dissipation System
We firmly oppose the use of erosion control structures that adversely impact the coastal ecosystem and fail to provide long-term protection.
Jasper Ocean Terminal
The Jasper Ocean Terminal (Jasper Port) is a proposed new port in Jasper County along the Savannah River.
Pesticides and Pollinators
The Conservation League is working with partners to balance pesticide use with public health and environmental integrity.
Conservation League Coastal Stewardship Awards
The Conservation League honored outstanding legislative leaders at the first annual Coastal Stewardship Awards event.
Hunting Island and Coastal Resilency
We do not support new groins installed on Hunting Island and also look toward the larger challenge of protecting our changing shoreline.
Protection of Marsh Hummocks
Hummocks provide a high diversity of habitats and plant communities, including isolated wetlands, forests, shrub thickets and grasslands.
Keep Johns Island Rural
The Coastal Conservation League and our partners are working to help preserve the rural character, culture, and history of Johns Island.
Dorchester County Coastal Zone Designation
Dorchester County officials are attempting to remove 90% of the county from South Carolina's Coastal Management Program
Captain Sams Spit
This sandy spit of land is highly mobile, eroding and accreting regularly. Yet developers want to construct a bulkhead and 50 houses.
The Bucksport Marina on the Waccamaw River in southern Horry County is a community marina owned by the Grand Strand Water & Sewer Authority.
Deveaux Bank is one of only five islands in South Carolina with the correct topographic profile for attracting nesting seabirds.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Access
A sustainable future for Charleston includes mass transit and communities that encourage walking and cycling.
Cruise Ships in Charleston
Charleston faces significant water and air pollution as our port dramatically increases cruise operations.