Land, Water, & Conservation Publications
- Catawba River Elgibility Study
- Lower Lynches River Eligibility Study
- Lynches Scenic River Management Plan - 2003
The publications above are in the PDF format.
(Note: The South Carolina Water Resources Commission was merged with the South Carolina Department of Wildlife and Marine Resources, the South Carolina Land Resources Conservation Commission, and the South Carolina Geological Survey on July 1, 1994, to form the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. This publications list contains the reports for the Water Resources Commission and its successor, the Land, Water & Conservation Division.)
We cannot guarantee the quality of copied photographs, charts and tables where type size has been reduced to fit, or maps where colors or screens are used to delineate specific areas. In addition, some maps are oversized, requiring copying in overlapping sections, which may be unsatisfactory.
Reports that contain the notation "State Library" are unavailable at this office but are contained in the collection of the South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, SC 29211 (803) 734-8666. State agency employees and members of the General Assembly may borrow these reports directly from the State Library. Others may view the reports at the State Library or ask their local library to obtain them for borrowing. Copies of these reports may also be available at the State Library's depository libraries located throughout South Carolina. They include the libraries at Clemson University, University of Charleston, Lander University, Coastal Carolina University, Francis Marion University, South Carolina State University, University of South Carolina at Beaufort, Winthrop University and the Greenville and Spartanburg County Libraries.
Reports that are listed as "Out of Print" are not available from the State Library. Some of these reports may be available for in-house use at the Division office.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources - Land, Water & Conservation Division is open Monday through Friday 8:30 to 5:00 p.m., except for official holidays.
(Note: Unless otherwise stated, a postage and handling fee of $5.00 will be required for publications that are mailed from this office.)
Land, Water and Conservation Division
1000 Assembly Street
PO Box 167
Columbia, South Carolina 29202