First Horse Sense and Survival tour of the year with Cape Lookout National Seashore Resource Manager Dr. Sue Stuska to explore the relationships, behavior and survival of wild banks horses.
The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality is asking for public comment on a proposed plan to administer American Rescue Plan Act’s money for stormwater projects.
Cedar Island and Swan Quarter ferry routes returned to regular summer schedules in time for the holiday weekend, but an ongoing worker shortage continues to make interruptions possible for the Hatteras vehicle ferry route.
Robin Snyder has been chosen to serve as deputy superintendent for Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site and Wright Brothers National Memorial.
North Carolina Secretaries’ Science Advisory Board members are to hear updates on PFAS assessments during the June 6 meeting in Raleigh.
May 23-29 is Healthy and Safe Swimming Week.
Cape Hatteras National Seashore officials are asking for comment on plans to rehabilitate the lighthouse and a proposed multi-use path.
NCDOT is readying for hurricane season with a new system that can track in real time flood risks to roads, bridges and culverts.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation unveiled Friday the final architectural designs for the new Center for Coastal Protection and Restoration in Carteret County.
The public can tour the campus, learn about current research and education programs and interact with faculty and staff when East Carolina University’s Integrated Coastal Programs and the Coastal Studies Institute host a free open house Saturday, June 4.
An area of Oregon Inlet along the Marc Basnight Bridge was completely shoaled in, officials said Friday.
Ferries in and out of Cedar Island, Swan Quarter and Hatteras have experienced interruptions.
Event to address lower Cape Fear River estuary issues, fishery restoration, GenX and similar pollutants, and contamination from hog and swine raising facilities.
Kids 15 and younger can spend the morning June 11 fishing with Croatan National Forest and North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.
Coastal Carolina Riverwatch says the proposed 47-lot Salt Wynd Preserve development threatens Gibbs Creek, the only creek in Beaufort not permanently closed to shellfishing.
NOAA Fisheries is accepting comments until Aug. 19 on its first draft Equity and Environmental Justice Strategy.