An advisory alerting people to PFAS contamination in certain fish species that inhabit the middle and lower Cape Fear River basin brings more bad news for people living in the region.
Critics warn that House Bill 600 threatens to chip away at some protections provided by the Clean Water Act.
Subsistence fishing is a mix of culture and economics in eastern North Carolina.
As atmospheric carbon dioxide levels increase, the threats to agricultural yields of NC staples such as soybeans, corn and sweet potatoes increase.
Trash trouts, litter traps and an informed public help protect North Carolina watersheds from plastic waste big and small.