Feedback requested for Lower Richland Tourism Plan
Click on the photo below to access the draft final report of the Lower Richland Tourism Plan. We encourage you to send comments either through the website or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org Comments will be accepted through mid August.
Conserving Richland County’s Natural & Historic Legacy
Richland County Council created the Richland County Conservation Commission (RCCC) by ordinance in 1998. The RCCC is charged with promoting the protection of the county's natural, historical, and cultural resources and promoting nature-based recreation and eco- and heritage tourism. The commission does this by negotiating voluntary protection strategies with landowners through conservation easements and land acquisition, and through grant programs and special projects. Each of the eleven members of County Council appoints a representative to the Commission. The members have backgrounds in land conservation, historic preservation, and other related fields. Members meet monthly and serve without pay. The Richland County Conservation Department provides staff support to the RCCC. Use the links below or to the right to learn more about our programs.
A listing of members with their contact information
Agendas and Minutes
Recent news articles and events
Conservation easement facts and landowner interest form; criteria and application for Community Conservation grants; trail map
Criteria and application for Historic Preservation grants; Bailey Bill information and applications; cemeteries; historical markers; and historic surveys and site inventory
Links to conservation and historic organizations and agencies
2020 Hampton Street, Room 3063A
Columbia, SC 29204
Conservation Department Director
Conservation Program Coordinator