The North Carolina Seafood Festival and the North Carolina Coastal Federation are teaming up to offer a wine and oyster tasting Oct. 1 in downtown Morehead City.
North Carolina Coastal Federation
The North Carolina Coastal Federation is wrapping up on Sept. 26 National Estuaries Week, this year from Sept 18-25, with oysters and pints at Outer Dunes Brewing Co. in Wilmington.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation is hosting a free event to mark NC Oyster Week, Oct. 11-15.
A project to remove abandoned and derelict vessels got underway this week in the Albemarle and Pamlico sounds.
The Coastal Resources Commission has approved the 2021 amendment to the Coastal Habitat Protection Plan for public review and comment.
A Lake Mattamuskeet Watershed Restoration Plan virtual meeting is set for Sept. 27 to discuss implementing the plan approved by the state in August 2019.
More than 1 million pounds of marine debris has been removed from central and southeast coasts in the last year through an effort by the North Carolina Coastal Federation.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation celebrated on Saturday about a dozen coastal stewards for their commitment to protect our coast.
Once a month through November, bird watchers can check out the wildlife in Swansboro’s estuaries from aboard the Lady Swan ferryboat during a special birding cruise.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation has two living shoreline maintenance and marine debris cleanups planned for next month at Morris Landing Clean Water Preserve in Holly Ridge.
Microplastics are a pervasive problem the North Carolina Coastal Federation addressed in a recent online forum with educators, researchers and environmental advocates.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation is celebrating this year’s Pelican Award winners Aug. 7 in the Crystal Coast Civic Center in Morehead City.
A discussion on 1,4 dioxane has been added to the agenda of the N.C. Environmental Commission’s special meeting Tuesday on rule-making to limit CO2 pollution from the state’s electric power sector.
N.C. Environmental Management Commission will hold a special meeting July 13 on a petition that rules be made to limit CO2 pollution from the electric power sector.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation has announced the completion several large-scale living shoreline projects done in partnership with local officials in Carteret and Pamlico counties.
The state Coastal Resources Commission has granted the town of Topsail Beach permission to install beach mats for wheelchair users at three handicapped-accessible beach access sites during the summer months.