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Home Builders Association of South Carolina
The Home Builders Association of South Carolina (HBA of SC) is a trade association for the residential construction and development industry. The Association provides a forum through which these businesses can work together to remain informed regarding new and proposed policies advanced by the local, state and federal governments which affect the housing industry.
Website: Home Builders Association of South Carolina

South Carolina Coastal Conservation League
Its mission is to protect the natural environment of the South Carolina coastal plain and to enhance the quality of life of our communities by working with individuals, businesses and government to ensure balanced solutions.
Website: South Carolina Coastal Conservation League

Conservation Voters of South Carolina
The mission of Conservation Voters of SC is to preserve and enhance the quality of life of all South Carolinians by making conservation and environmental protection top priorities with South Carolina's elected officials, political candidates, and voters. CVSC is the non-partisan, non-profit political arm of South Carolina's environmental community.
Website: Conservation Voters of South Carolina

The Nature Conservancy
The mission of the Nature Conservancy is "to preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive."
Website: The Nature Conservancy

Lowcountry Open Land Trust
The mission of the Lowcountry Open Land Trust is "to protect, through private voluntary conservation measures, the irreplaceable Lowcountry forests, farmland, open spaces, wildlife habitat and wetlands, thus helping to preserve forever our community's unique sense of place and quality of life."
Website: Lowcountry Open Land Trust

Last Updated October 29, 2010

ABOUT THIS PATHFINDER

This project was supported through a generous grant from the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium. The principal investigator is Professor Kim Diana Connolly at the University of South Carolina School of Law. Two law students, Keith Bartlett and Valerie Cochran, provided invaluable work toward project completion. Technical assistance with web design was provided by USC School of Law webmaster Tobias Brasier. Broken links should be reported to lawweb@law.sc.edu. This website is NOT intended as legal advice, and particularized analysis by professionals should be sought wherever appropriate.

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