The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources has designated cobia to be a "gamefish" which regulators there define as not for sale or any kind of barter.
What does SCDNR stand for?
SCDNR stands for South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The South Carolina Experience South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (DNR) biologist Charles Ruth has been researching the effectiveness of baiting from both a hunting and management perspective.
Norfolk Southern has participated in a Safe Harbor program through the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources to provide a protected nesting area for the woodpecker since 1999.
Scott Meister of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources in Charleston.
EarthData CEO Anne Hale Miglarese, a South Carolina native and former employee of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, praised Richland County for its leadership in adopting the all-digital approach.
Commission on Ocean Policy, a former director of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, and currently senior scientist for the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science within NOAA's National Ocean Service.
Source: South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Land Resources and Conservation Districts Division; USDA Natural Resources conservation Service.
Mike Creel, a spokesman for the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, said, ``I got a bunch of calls starting last week.