Today, TIDELINES introduces a new podcast series we’re calling “Tidecasting.”
Tidelines writers and editors are constantly casting our nets for topics of special interest to our readers and followers. Sometimes the best way to present this newly found content is in the form of in-depth, compelling audio interviews we call Tidecasts.
Our first Tidecast is a June 17th interview with Steve Traynum of Coastal Science and Engineering. Mr. Traynum was the project manager for the Cap’n Sam’s Relocation Project between Seabrook Island and Kiawah Island, which is now concluding. In this 20-minute interview with Tidelines writer Barbara Burgess, Mr. Traynum provides fascinating behind-the-scenes details about the project and how it was accomplished. The podcast was produced by Shawna Jarrett, SIPOA Communications Administrator.
So turn up your audio speakers and click the start arrow > on the bar above. You can pause the recording at any time by clicking in the same place.
Enjoy the Tidecast, leave a comment, and look for more Tidecasting posts in the future.
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