Create a regional resiliency implementation workplan that will engage diverse stakeholders and build their capacity to plan and execute future resilience strategies, projects and other activities for the Lower Pee Dee Watershed. Project will identify and prioritize nature-based solutions to mitigate flooding, storm surge, sea-level rise risks, and other threats to local infrastructure, facilities and communities.
NFWF Grant Profile
National Coastal Resilience Fund
Project Title: Developing a Regional Community Resiliency Implementation Workplan (SC)
Center for Heirs' Property Preservation
The Lower Pee Dee Basin meets the Atlantic Ocean and forms the Winyah Bay, the 3rd largest estuarine wetland complex on the US East coast. The tidally influenced portions of the watershed span Georgetown, Horry, and Williamsburg counties, SC.