Taking place every Saturday in October, the event at the historic site on Roanoke Island to celebrate fall features locally grown pumpkins, crafts and historic games.
There is no cost to attend the family-friendly celebration of science, nature and wildlife native to the region.
Undergraduate student Lara Breithaupt, left, stands alongside Duke University President Dr. Vincent Price as he holds a moon snail Wednesday during a tour of Duke University Marine Lab on Pivers Island in Beaufort, with Maggie Epps, secretary to the board of trustees and chief of staff to the president, and Frank Tramble, vice president for communications, marketing and public relations with the university. Also visiting were Provost Alec Gallimore and Executive Vice President Daniel Ennis. Photo: Dylan Ray
Carteret Community College has announced its new prerequisite-free Introduction to Living Shorelines Academy set for Nov. 2.
The Department of Environmental Quality’s Environmental Stewardship Initiative conference offers educational sessions on timely environmental topics, a chance to share best practices, and networking events.
The former and longtime University of North Carolina Wilmington faculty member taught environmental law and was a board member of the North Carolina League of Conservation Voters.
The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration is awarding $14.9 million to the North Carolina Coastal Federation for oyster habitat restoration and a program to encourage underrepresented university students to study marine sciences.
Vote by Aug. 12 for your two favorite names for two female blue-tongue skinks at the North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores.
Women scientists are encouraged to be exhibitors to inspire the next generation during this year’s Femme in STEM set for Sept. 16 at North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.
Full-time graduate students interested in studying ghost forests in North Carolina can apply for funding until Aug. 11.
Formal and nonformal educators interested in teaching about aquatic wildlife and ecology can register now for the Aug. 12 Aquatic WILD workshop at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.
Activities, information and workshops are among the tools available for the public and professionals to learn about erosion and sediment control to protect water quality.
Officials say the exhibit, “Fish Filter Food: The Human Connection,” in the works at the N.C. Aquarium on Roanoke Island focuses on a simple but important message.
Teachers from Title I or Title I-eligible schools have until Sept. 15 to apply for the program that provides funding for educational opportunities with North Carolina Aquariums.
It’s hard to know what plants are best for your garden, but a new guide from the Coastal Landscapes Initiative offers alternatives to potentially harmful and invasive ornamentals.
Coordinators of the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences’ Cretaceous Creatures public science project aim to reach eighth grade classrooms in all 100 counties this coming school year.