The U.S. Forest Service is taking public comment through Nov. 18 on projects to repair and enhance parts of Flanners Beach, Fisher’s Landing, Pine Cliff and Siddie Fields recreation sites in the Croatan National Forest.
Special Report: Hurricane Florence five years ago forced new thinking about adaptation and resiliency, especially in North Carolina’s most vulnerable coastal areas.
Special report: Five years after Hurricane Florence battered and drenched Down East Carteret County, much has changed, but solutions are elusive.
New series: The Down East Resilience Network brought together state agency representatives, scientists, residents and advocates for a two-day community conversation on changes Down East since the 2018 Category 1 storm and how to prepare for the next.
Guest commentary: The effects of Hurricane Florence in 2018 linger today, and though progress toward resilience has been made, the recent loss of wetland protections will come to bear after future storms.
The two-day seminar set for Tuesday and Wednesday will focus on environmental changes since the 2018 hurricane and consider ways to prepare for the next.
This is the third phase of the Affordable Housing Development Fund program, and the money is for financing multifamily or single-family housing rehabilitation and new construction outside the 100-year floodplain.
The virtual meeting is an opportunity for committee members and the public to share feedback on proposed changes to the state’s action plan for use of the federal mitigation funds.
The Division of Marine Fisheries has selected 103 fishing industry businesses to receive more than $7.6 million.
Wilmington Housing Authority has been awarded $2.03 million to repair or replace damaged rental units or build new ones in safer locations with a lower risk of flooding.
An audit of the state’s distribution of tens of millions in disaster recovery funds finds the N.C. Department of Public Safety failed to provide proper oversight of how the money was spent.
Online workshops will allow for residents in Eastern Carolina Council of Governments and Mid-East Commission counties to provide direct input on resilience planning.
North Carolina Office of Recovery and Resiliency is funding the development of floodprint reports for select communities in eastern North Carolina most impacted by hurricanes Matthew and Florence.
Funds are available through the Division of Marine Fisheries for seafood dealers and processors, ocean fishing piers, for-hire fishing operations, and bait and tackle shops affected by Hurricane Florence.
A recent study looked at the effects of 2018’s Hurricane Florence on the Neuse River’s physical landscape and the Neuse estuary.
The state’s new Regional Resilience Portfolio Program was formed to help eastern North Carolina communities that were impacted by Hurricane Florence plan for climate change.