Water and Wetlands
Yom Tov Development
While some may argue that every inch of the Lowcountry is special, the Clements Ferry corridor is particularly rich with environmental, historical, and cultural treasures that have, until recently, remained untouched by development. Nestled between thousands of acres of tributaries, creeks, tidal marsh, and freshwater wetlands, the Clements Ferry corridor has a history older than the settlement of Charleston itself. But the corridor is now seeing increasingly more development pressure, even though much of it falls within a designated floodplain.