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Nov. 4, 2011
State Heritage Trust Advisory Board meets Nov. 10 in Columbia
The South Carolina Heritage Trust Advisory Board will meet 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 10 in Columbia. The Columbia location will be in Room 335 (third-floor board room) at the Rembert C. Dennis Building located at 1000 Assembly St. in Columbia.
The Heritage Trust Advisory Board meeting is open to the public except during executive session and anyone with business for the advisory board or needing directions to the meeting may contact the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Columbia office at (803) 734-3893. The DNR Heritage Trust Program protects significant natural and cultural lands in South Carolina.
Campbell Coxe of Darlington is chair of the Heritage Trust Advisory Board. The policy making Heritage Trust Advisory Board serves as a liaison between the public, the Heritage Trust Program and the S.C. Natural Resources Board. Formed by state law in 1976, Heritage Trust has protected 83,959 acres on 73 state heritage preserves found throughout South Carolina.
Items on the Board agenda include:
- Poinsett Bridge Heritage Preserve Construction Update
- Savage Bay Heritage Preserve Management Plan
- Restoration Activities on Longleaf Pine And Lynchburg Savanna Heritage Preserves
- Updates and Comments
- Budget Updates
- Just-sprouted longleaf pine seedlings are good to eat in the fall!
- New report indicates Bobwhite Quail at a crossroads
- State Heritage Trust Advisory Board meets Nov. 10 in Columbia
- Venison is not only source of toxoplasmosis parasite
- SC Drought Response Committee conference call, Nov. 8, 1 p.m.
- Free tree stand safety harness for one student attending Nov.-Dec. Hunter Education Classes
- Recreational, commercial shrimpers encouraged to report catches of non-native tiger shrimp
- Wild turkey harvest in S.C. increases slightly this spring
- DNR offers guidelines for dealing with bears
- 2010-11 quail season slightly improved from previous year
- DNR Small Game Project ranks top counties for rabbit
- Freshwater fishing trends
- Saltwater fishing trends
- S.C. weekly tidetable
- DNR video