The Kill Devil Hills beach nourishment project began Monday and is expected to be completed in about a month.
Climate change mitigation through soil health will be one of the topics addressed during the Soil Health Institute’s seventh annual meeting in August.
Officials said diverse stakeholder partnership is needed to ensure that the scope of work reflects local priorities.
Cape Fear Public Utility Authority officials have released a draft source water protection plan outlining strategies to protect the lower Cape Fear River from pollution.
National Weather Service meteorologists will discuss hurricanes and their impacts on eastern North Carolina.
The state Division of Marine Fisheries’ Artificial Reef Program recently partnered with a various organizations to add material to existing man-made reefs.
The Golden LEAF Foundation grant to go toward feasibility study of South Shore Drive, part of N.C. 50 on Topsail Island.
“Saving the Dark,” directed by Sriram Murali and created in association with the International Dark Sky Association, is to be presented at 8:30 p.m., before the Stargazers club moves outdoors.
The Offshore Wind for North Carolina coalition, or OSW4NC, is hosting the free online informational session.
The Coastal Environmental Partnership is working with the North Carolina Coastal Federation to add drop-off sites for oyster shells in Craven and Pamlico counties
NCDEQ, EPA and the Multistate Environmental Response Trust will hold meetings June 13 and June 14 on redevelopment plans for the Kerr-McGee Superfund site.
A Sunset Beach homeowners association now has the go-ahead — with conditions — to add to a sandbag wall, after the Division of Coastal Management denied a permit last year.
Department of Interior Secretary Deb Haaland issued the order Wednesday phasing out single-use plastics at department-managed sites by 2032.
The FEMA guide is a collection of personal stories, insight and resources for climate resilience.
Pavement markings installed earlier this week do not meet NCDOT specifications and will need to be replaced.
The 15-panel quilt is a mixture of traditional quilt patterns said to highlight escape directions and advice as well as representations of people and milestones on the freedom trail.