The new webpage is a one-stop shop for local governments, businesses, community and nonprofit organizations and others, looking for grant and loan funding information for a variety of environmental projects.
President Biden’s final rule defining “waters of the United States” restores federal protections for streams, lakes, ponds and millions of acres of wetlands in North Carolina.
Beaufort’s Cedar Street, formerly the town’s U.S. 70 corridor, is to undergo major updates that include stormwater management and resurfacing.
The lost fishing gear recovery project that takes place every January is part of the N.C. Coastal Federation’s overall effort to ensure the coast is free of marine debris.
The Environmental Management Commission will consider adding PFAS as a parameter for testing by certified laboratories.
Companies in shoreline stabilization and restoration recently presented their techniques and materials for a statewide steering committee of scientists, federal and state agencies, and nonprofits.
N.C. Coastal Federation has been awarded a grant through the National Coastal Resilience Fund to complete designs for three living shorelines at Marine Corps Air Station New River and Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune.
The legislature appropriated $2 million to restore Morehead City’s Sugarloaf Island, a barrier protecting waterfront attractions from coastal storms that has been rapidly eroding for decades.
The meeting is set for 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in New Bern.
Water quality degradation from nutrients and sediments reduce light penetration needed for seagrass survival and is a threat to coastal fisheries.
The state is holding a public hearing Nov. 14 on adopting temporary rules for grants for local governments for aquatic weed control, coastal storm damage mitigation, and shallow draft navigation channel dredging.
A forum on the proposed N.C. Port of Wilmington expansion project is set for 5:30-7 p.m. Nov. 15 on the UNCW campus.
In honor of the Clean Water Act’s 50th anniversary, river quality advocates recently paddled nearly 150 miles of the Neuse River, sharing their 11-day experience with Coastal Review.
American Rivers, which had previously called the Neuse one of the country’s most endangered, hailed progress made.
The family-friendly event is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 22, near the boathouse at Greenfield Lake Park in Wilmington
The upper New and the lower Cape Fear River watersheds were two of the nation’s top five watersheds with the highest amounts of toxins discharged in 2020, according to the new study from the N.C. Public Interest Research Group.