Qualified shellfish growers in North Carolina can apply for up to $50,000 for equipment or operations through a new loan program.
North Carolina Coastal Federation
Publication staff were recognized Thursday during the North Carolina Press Association’s annual convention in Raleigh.
Tickets are still available for the North Carolina Coastal Federation’s annual Pelican Awards and Toast of the Coast Saturday in Morehead City.
Volunteers can register online now for the living shoreline maintenance and cleanup planned for Friday morning at Carolina Beach State Park.
Construction on the first of three living shorelines in the $3.6 million project along N.C. 24 between Cedar Point and Swansboro began earlier this month.
The idea is to use an unused acre at the boat ramp to build a dock and a 50-by-50-foot building with refrigerated storage for shellfish growers.
Touch Tank Tuesdays with the N.C. Coastal Federation’s Wrightsville Beach office will be held each week until July 26.
The Coastal Environmental Partnership is working with the North Carolina Coastal Federation to add drop-off sites for oyster shells in Craven and Pamlico counties
The North Carolina Coastal Federation unveiled Friday the final architectural designs for the new Center for Coastal Protection and Restoration in Carteret County.
The nonprofit Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Coalition presented awards for projects in the region that demonstrated a unique approach to design and construction.
Topsail Island commissioners passed an ordinance last week banning the use of unencapsulated Styrofoam to build floating docks.
The Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Coalition to recognize projects in Brunswick, Pender and New Hanover counties that demonstrate outstanding environmental stewardship.
Chris Baillie leads a three-year pilot program to determine if existing partnerships to protect military installations from encroachment should be expanded to better incorporate climate resilience and adaptation.
Grants from Section 319 of the Clean Water Act are now available for communities to address pollution from stormwater and flooding.
College students can apply until Feb. 22 for the Z. Smith Reynolds Internship at the North Carolina Coastal Federation’s southeast office in Wrightsville Beach.
Crab pots with an identifiable buoy recovered from the northeast region have been set aside for the rightful owner to claim at the North Carolina Coastal Federation office in Wanchese.