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  • What are the considerations for Port Royal's working waterfront?

    Researchers with the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and Clemson University recently studied each of the state's remaining working waterfronts. Port Royal, with the state's only publicly funded shrimp dock operation, was among the communities studied.

Researchers with the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and Clemson University recently studied each of the state's remaining working waterfronts. Port Royal, with the state's only publicly funded shrimp dock operation, was among the communities studied. Stephen Fastenau sfastenau@islandpacket.com
Researchers with the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and Clemson University recently studied each of the state's remaining working waterfronts. Port Royal, with the state's only publicly funded shrimp dock operation, was among the communities studied. Stephen Fastenau sfastenau@islandpacket.com

Researchers share the story of Port Royal’s waterfront and wonder how it will end

January 31, 2017 11:48 AM