The North Carolina Coastal Habitat Protection Plan Steering Committee is set to review a draft amendment to the plan.
Coastal Habitat Protection Plan
The N.C. Coastal Habitat Protection Plan Steering Committee will meet Jan. 21 to hear about wetland protection and restoration, reducing inflow and infiltration from wastewater infrastructure and habitat monitoring.
Submerged aquatic vegetation, salt marshes and nutrient management initiatives are on the agenda when the Coastal Habitat Protection Plan Steering Committee meets Oct. 16.
The Coastal Habitat Protection Plan Steering Committee will meet by webinar 9 a.m. July 30 to cover several items, including a presentation on the Water Quality section in the state Blue Crab Fishery Management Plan.
The Coastal Habitat Protection Plan Steering Committee will meet 9 a.m. May 11 by webinar to review draft sections of the 2021 Coastal Habitat Protection and hear about the North Carolina Marine Debris Action Plan .
Researchers are working to map the extent and density of submerged aquatic vegetation along the N.C. coast, to assess its health, which is important far beyond the state’s estuaries.
The steering committee for the state Coastal Habitat Protection Plan, which addresses habitat and water quality efforts needed to protect, enhance and restore fish habitat, will meet April 23 in Washington.