The North Carolina Coastal Federation is set to recognize 10 individuals, businesses and government agencies for their commitment to environmental stewardship.
Recently retired UNC professor Pete Peterson explains how scientists should communicate clearly and apply research to solve problems in their communities.
Dan Robinson will put his lifelong love of decoy carving on display at the second annual Ocracoke Waterfowl Festival Saturday in the Ocracoke School gym.
Pablo Hernandez, NCDOT’s resident engineer in Manteo, reflects on his experience overseeing construction of the replacement bridge over Oregon Inlet and the work still ahead.
An annual leadership program of the Carteret County Chamber of Commerce recently wrapped up for 2019, after giving participants a lasting, hands-on lesson in coastal restoration.
Praised as a gifted scientist with people skills, J.D. Potts is set to retire next week as head of the state agency that monitors coastal recreational water quality.
Vic Berg, a second-generation guide for 42 years whose expertise comes from more than five decades of hunting on the Outer Banks, remains passionate about his job.
Doug Stover, who recently retired from his position as cultural historian with Cape Hatteras National Seashore, is now a consultant for the United Nations reviewing protection of world heritage sites.
Hatteras Island-based photographer Daniel Pullen sees himself as a storyteller, using his images to reveal a glimpse of life on the Outer Banks.
Jud and Amber Watkins of Wrightsville Beach Brewery created a line of “give-back beers” to help meet their founding goals of supporting nonprofits with 11 percent of proceeds.
Susan Fulcher Hill, a native of Williston with biology and food science degrees, and her husband, Robert, have launched an oyster hatchery in the former Willis Brothers Seafood building.
Manteo High School junior Logan Marshall delves into Outer Banks surf culture with his second film, “Outer,” which premiered earlier this month.
The operators of a Down East aquaculture business launched about 10 years ago and now producing sturgeon meat and caviar say their long, challenging journey began with a vision for sustainable family farming.
She’s a coastal scientist who developed a quick test for bacteria that health officials use to gauge the safety of shellfish waters and swimming areas and that can also be used for other foods, meet Rachel Noble.
Named after the late Blanche Howard Joliff of Ocracoke, the handcrafted fishing boat Blanche has changed hands many times since 1934 and is now an outdoor exhibit at the Ocracoke Preservation Society Museum.
Angie Wills of the River City Community Development Corp. YouthBuild Program in Elizabeth City has been helping young people discover opportunity in part by rebuilding oyster reefs and planting rain gardens.