Evaluating Living Shorelines to Inform Regulatory Decision-Making in South Carolina

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June 2020

Many property owners in South Carolina are interested in living shorelines to stabilize their shores, restore coastal marshes, and protect against storms. To inform state agencies’ development of a regulatory pathway to permit living shorelines on private lands, this multi-year collaborative research project monitored and assessed the performance of a variety of living shoreline techniques under different coastal environmental conditions.

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