The 4th Annual Cycling for the Coast fundraiser took place on Saturday, September 13. Over 150 people of all ages and cycling experience came out to celebrate our coast by riding along the beautiful island of Bogue Banks. Though the weather forecast was sketchy, storm clouds faded just in time to provide a warm and…
The Wilmington Historic Foundation has recognized the federation’s restored office and education center in Wrightsville Beach.
Walker Golder of Audubon North Carolina will launch the federation’s Coastal Speaker Series at its newly opened Fred and Alice Stanback Coastal Education Center.
Autumn is the ideal time for planting shrubs and trees, and the federation is helping gardeners out by offering a fall plant sale.
Fish for a good cause on Sat., Oct. 4, aboard the Miss Hatteras. Proceeds from the fishing trip will support the federation’s education and restoration programs.
Authors Peter and Cathy Meyer will talk about their walk along the length of the N.C. coast.
Dining culture at Wrightsville Beach wasn’t always flip flops and ice-cold white wine. Our food columnist tells how it’s changed over the last 100 years.
The federation isn’t going to formally object to a terminal groin on Bald Head Island because there’s not much habitat there left to protect.
This is the first summer that the N.C. Coastal Federation’s office in Wrightsville Beach has had the space to host five interns. Find out what they’re doing.
With the start of a new school year, the federation is back at work leading outreach lessons and activities in local classrooms. The federation has many longstanding partnerships in these school systems, sometimes working with the same teachers for five years or more. This means that even though the seats are now filled with a…