Beaufort recently installed pavement that allows stormwater to soak into the ground, one of numerous projects to improve water quality in area municipalities.
North Carolina Coastal Federation
The nonprofit North Carolina Coastal Federation, Coastal Review Online’s publisher, has earned a four-star rating from Charity Navigator for the seventh consecutive year.
The owners of crab pots that have been recovered in the northeast region during the Lost Fishing Gear Recovery Project this month can reclaim their gear at the Coastal Federation’s Wanchese office.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation and partners restored about 140 million oysters on 43 acres of newly created oyster reefs on the coast, nearly tripling their goal set by the 50 Million Oyster Initiative.
High school seniors in the state’s coastal counties have until Feb. 13 to apply for one of three environmental stewardship awards offered by the North Carolina Coastal Federation.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation-led Lost Fishing Gear Recovery Project begins this week collecting lost crab pots and fishing gear along the northern and central coast.
N.C. Coastal Federation was able to continue its work to protect and restore the state’s coast during this trying year with the help of significant contributions of many partners and supporters.
North Carolina Coastal Federation will receive a $121,090 grant to help with the removal of at least 20 abandoned and derelict vessels from estuaries in the northeastern part of the state.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation celebrated virtually Thursday this year’s Pelican Award recipients from up and down the coast.
NOAA has awarded the North Carolina Coastal Federation a two-year, $249,657 grant for Hurricane Florence marine debris removal in southeastern North Carolina.
The storm surge barrier near Rotterdam, Netherlands, a feat of engineering, is but one example of what coastal North Carolina can learn from the Dutch about flood prevention.
In the second installment of our series on the Lower Cape Fear River Blueprint, we explain the plan’s goals and strategies for protecting the river’s vulnerable natural resources.
A chapter of the world’s oldest and largest organization dedicated to fisheries will present one of its annual awards to this environmental nonprofit group for its work restoring marine habitats.
The N.C. Coastal Federation is inviting people to decorate the exterior of its office in Wrightsville Beach with recycled nautical and marine items.
No need to leave the coast this summer. Travel through estuaries and explore unspoiled islands on one of the N.C. Coastal Federation’s coastal cruises near you.
Ours is a breathtaking, water-loving land, and the glories one finds in these wild redoubts are many. The federation’s new travel guide beckons you to ramble afoot, afloat, afield to coastal spots both accessible and off the trodden track.