The Living Shoreline Collaborative (LSC) is a group of regional and state partners working together to scale up implementation of resilient practices along shorelines in the tidal James River watershed. The LSC is convened by the James River Association.
The Living Shoreline Collaborative builds healthy, connected, and abundant living shorelines through practitioner, local government, and community partnerships to increase resilience.
The mission of the Living Shoreline Collaborative is to provide access to best practices, information and data to ensure thriving living shorelines through education, outreach, monitoring, training and implementation with a network of partners and communities in the James Watershed.
The Living Shoreline Collaborative has identified three focus areas: monitoring, training, and implementation and outreach.
The Living Shoreline Collaborative holds in-person and virtual events throughout the year, such as: