The federation will host a Rain Garden Party on Saturday at out new Coastal Education Center and Southeast Office.
The federation topped its $600,000 fundraising goal to move and restore its new office and education center in Wrightsville Beach.
We like our oysters any way we can get them — steamed, fried, baked, in soups and stews or just pried open and dotted with Tabasco. But we were surprised to learn that an ice-cream maker in Wilmington turns our favorite bivalve into a creamy concoction. With sprinkles, we hope.
ADVANCING THE NEXT GENERATION OF STORMWATER MANAGEMENT March 26-27, 2014 Raleigh Convention Center On March 26-27, 2014 over 275 development professionals, stormwater managers, engineers, researchers, federal, state and local agency representatives and interested individuals gathered at the Raleigh Convention Center for the 2014 North Carolina Low Impact Development (LID) Summit. See List of Summit Participants. The…
N.C. Oysters: A Workshop to Chart Future Restoration, Learning from the Past National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration Beaufort Laboratory, Pivers Island March 12-13, 2014 On March 12-13, 2014 over sixty state and federal government, academic, private and non-profit professionals met at the NOAA- Beaufort Laboratory on Pivers Island to assess the existing body of North Carolina’s oyster…
Snow days are good days to look for birds. They’re a bit more conspicuous against the white background and a little more tolerant of humans.
The federation’s Watershed Restoration Planning Guidebook offers cost-effective ways to reduce stormwater flow into coastal waters.
The staff of the federation’s Southeastern Office will begin moving into their new home in Wrightsville Beach, completing an adventure that began in late 2012.
Coastal N.C. natives will put up with jalapenos in their pimento cheese and bourbon in their pecan pie, but don’t mess with their steaming bowls of oyster stew.
The wild swings of winter weather, scientists tell us, are related to a changing climate. It may be time to dust off an old report that suggests ways to better prepare for a different future.