“Rising: Perspectives of Coastal Change,” a collaborative multimedia exhibition featuring photography and oral histories, is on display at the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center on Harkers Island.
Residents of Down East communities in Carteret County aren’t happy that the new minor league baseball team in Kinston has assumed their coastal identity in its chosen name, the Down East Wood Ducks.
Everyone’s invited to Harkers Island for the annual Core Sound Waterfowl Weekend and Decoy Festival. Decoy carving, boat building and other traditional coastal arts will be on display during a weekend that is both a celebration of Down East Carteret County and a homecoming.
A move is afoot to preserve the legacy of an old clam house in Williston in eastern Carteret County as a symbol of a proud heritage and as a memorial to The Clam King.
Another 400 acres of wetlands will soon be restored in a monumental project that the N.C. Coastal Federation and several partners started more than a decade ago to turn 6,000 acres of farmland in Carteret County back to wetlands.