South Carolina's artificial reef program is providing more habitats for sea animals off the coast.
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To say 2020 was a challenging year for Coastal Conservation Association South Carolina would be a major understatement.
Residents can drop off discarded Christmas trees at several sites favored by SCDNR for use in an artificial reef program.
Experimental concrete structures are among the most recent additions to Charleston's artificial reef system offshore.
The "artificial reef" proposed to lessen beach erosion in South Carolina, really called a breakwater, has been used elsewhere, but experts worry about the potential to starve areas downstream of beach sand and to disrupt wildlife behavior.
There are 45 public fishing reef sites up and down the South Carolina coast.
Budget plan to sink the USS Clamagore off South Carolina's shores could end years of wrangling over what to do with the last-of-her-kind vessel.
South Carolina's first statewide flooding commission is weighing some big ideas as it begins its task. None may be bigger than the idea of creating an artificial reef, or breakwater, about 500 feet off the coast.
After months of unforgiving weather, recent calm seas finally allowed the addition of a new structure to an artificial reef 30 miles off the c…