Charleston Outdoor Adventures (COA) is a guiding and rental service, providing eco-tours for the general public of the greater Charleston area. Through Charleston Outdoor Adventures, our naturalists provide guests with environmental eco-tours and rentals throughout the saltwater estuaries of South Carolina. We offer clients the opportunity to explore the saltwater estuaries through guided kayak or paddleboard tours or rentals, charter boat eco-tours and inshore fishing charte...
At Flying Compass we enjoy working with and promoting the travel and tourism industry -- hotels, resorts, destinations, attractions, marinas, spas, restaurants, convention centers, festivals, events, dinner boats, ferry services, etc. -- by developing marketing tools, designing websites and print materials, creating online media libraries, writing copy, analyzing social media platforms and retouching and compositing images.
Friends of the Edisto, Inc. (FRED) a non-profit organization, was established to facilitate conservation of natural resources, and to encourage and support sustainable economic development within the Edisto River Basin.
We serve Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper counties in the promotion of tourism based attractions, businesses and events. Come see us at the Lowcountry Visitors Center & Museum in the old Frampton House, and the Plantation Gift Shop, located just off Interstate 95 at Exit 33. Open 7 days a week, we personally greet thousands of visitors each year.
The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium is a state agency that, through a program of research, education, extension, and training, enhances economic opportunities and conservation of coastal and marine resources for South Carolina citizens. S.C. Sea Grant funded research projects and Extension programs help support the sustainable development and operation of natural resource-dependent coastal businesses.
The Walterboro Wildlife Sanctuary - Natural history comes alive in this 800-acre black water bottomland located at the headwaters of the ACE Basin, that has been conserved since settlers founded the City of Walterboro in the 1800's.