Conservation biologist David Johnston at the Duke University Marine Lab in Beaufort says Australia’s recent decision to remove humpback whales from its endangered species list is a conservation victory and pivot point.
The Coastal Land Trust has purchased 105 acres of land along Brice’s Creek in Craven County for a new nature park.
Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions has launched an online tool with data about the benefits of natural and working lands.
The Coastal Land Trust has purchased 766 acres of floodplain forest in Bertie and Hertford Counties, which includes 3 miles along the Chowan River and more than 7 miles of Keel Creek.
Summer has for the past seven months served as interim director of the N.C. Division of Land and Water Stewardship.
The nonprofit Outer Banks Conservationists are hosting the first two Saturdays in December Christmas on the North End, costumed interpreters sharing how Roanoke Island families celebrated the Christmas holiday in the mid-1800s.
Conservation Corps N.C.’s AmeriCorps crew joined the North Carolina Coastal Federation to work on shoreline projects along the coast last month.
Gov. Roy Cooper’s proposed spending plan would increase funding for conservation, parks, flood mitigation and other coastal projects.
A land owner seeking to remove conservation deed restrictions on their undeveloped property in Morehead City and the state attorney general’s office failed to reach agreement during recent mediation.