The online course is to help coastal managers and planners plan and implement green infrastructure projects to reduce impacts of coastal hazards in their community.
N.C. 12, the Outer Banks’ major highway, could become impassible over the weekend from ocean overwash as a coastal low moves along the coast.
North Carolina King Tides Project researchers need your photos of the extreme high and low tides, called king tides, expected on the coast through Tuesday.
FEMA is calling for feedback on the program’s management and impacts on threatened and endangered species and their habitats.
Attorney General Josh Stein announced Thursday that UNCW and the Coastal Land Trust are among the 27 recipients of this year’s Environmental Enhancement grant from the North Carolina Department of Justice.
The N.C. Division of Water Resources has approved a collaborative plan to help Atlantic Beach address flooding.
YMCA Wrightsville Beach Sprint Triathlon organizers canceled the swim portion of the Sept. 25 race after state officials detected high levels of bacteria in Banks Channel.
Zena Underwood and her husband Mark saw their home flood repeatedly, including during Hurricane Florence, before a state buyout program helped them move and took the property off the market for good.
Residents can learn more during a public meeting set for June 23 on the county’s plan to use federal coronavirus relief to lower property owners’ costs for stormwater services.
Managing stormwater helps reduce the amount of pollution that ends up in the watershed, a recent study found.
In only the third update to its stormwater design manual since the late ’90s, the N.C. Department of Transportation is embracing more nature-based tools to reduce flooding and improve water quality.
Pine Knoll Shores and the North Carolina Coastal Federation recently completed a project to reduce nuisance flooding by managing stormwater.
Wilmington city staff are offering tours of various stormwater management solutions April 27 at Anne McCrary Park by Randall Pond.
There are eight new public parking spots at downtown Swansboro’s Ward Shore Park made with material that allows stormwater to soak into the ground.
Beaufort commissioners have accepted a $23.6 million financing package from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to pay for water, sewer and stormwater infrastructure work.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation announced Wednesday a new plan for “nature-based” solutions to stormwater-related flooding, water quality issues.