For more than 30 years, Joyce Taylor taught North Carolinians how to buy, cook and store N.C. seafood. Her book remains as indispensable to seafood cooks as a shrimp peeler.
Our cameras along the Northeast Cape Fear River near Wilmington answer the question.
Northeast Region The Town of Columbia For Adopting and Promoting Low Impact Development Strategies The Town of Columbia’s mayor pro tem, and former federation board member, Midge Ogletree was impressed with the federation’s work to advance Low Impact Development, or LID, as a voluntary option for developers. So much so that she spear headed an…
The rich, spicy treat these days may pop up most often at the end of holiday meals, but in years past sweet potato pie was the start of a hard-working fisherman’s day.
The three species of glasswort that grow along the coast are hardy and salt tolerant and go out in a blaze of glory.
The federation continues to insist that the state needs specific rules on terminal groins, while for N.C. Division of Coastal Management thinks it can make do.
The federation and Oak Island are sponsoring a party in Waterway Park on Oak Island on Saturday to celebrate several clean water projects. All are invited.
Folks who live, work and raise families in the Cape Fear region were dealt a low-blow on Friday, Aug. 30, when the state issued its air permit for the proposed Titan Cement plant.
The awards ceremony was a highlight in a otherwise bleak summer for the state’s public-school teachers.
Nearly 400 people attended the state public hearing on Titan’s air permit to show their support for clean air and a healthy future.