Lady Swan Tours is offering ecotours in the Swansboro area every Saturday and Sunday morning starting this weekend until Oct. 31.
The state is accepting public comment until Oct. 21 on the draft Coastal Habitat Protection Plan 2021 amendment and Appendix A, which includes early public comment and recommendations from a stakeholder group.
This month’s presentation will highlight fall constellations.
A public comment period opens Friday for a proposed project to repair the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse and surrounding landscape.
Rebecca Drohan has been with Coastal Carolina Riverwatch since 2018, leading outreach and volunteer efforts and having organized the Crystal Coast Chapter of Ocean Friendly Establishments.
EPA, NCDEQ and Multistate Trust representatives are expected to discuss next week ongoing site investigations, upcoming remediation work and related contracting opportunities and redevelopment planning.
North Carolina Sea Grant is joining with Connecticut and New Hampshire Sea Grant programs to study contaminants of emerging concern in coastal and freshwater environments.
The North Carolina Seafood Festival and the North Carolina Coastal Federation are teaming up to offer a wine and oyster tasting Oct. 1 in downtown Morehead City.
The state and FEMA have approved a hazard mitigation project grant of $1 million to improve disaster resilience in Currituck County.
The Department of Transportation has turned to researchers at N.C. State University to test girders from the demolished Bonner Bridge to improve tomorrow’s bridge designs.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation is wrapping up on Sept. 26 National Estuaries Week, this year from Sept 18-25, with oysters and pints at Outer Dunes Brewing Co. in Wilmington.
Carolina Public Press is hosting next week an online discussion on climate change and its effects on the state’s fisheries and coastal ecology.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation is hosting a free event to mark NC Oyster Week, Oct. 11-15.
Three videos are available through the new “Native Plant Pick: North Carolina” series, which features native plants ideal for coastal landscapes.
A project to remove abandoned and derelict vessels got underway this week in the Albemarle and Pamlico sounds.
Archaeologists will look at new locations at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site Sept. 15-24, an effort to find Sir Walter Raleigh’s “Lost Colony.”