Wanchese staff talk about rain gardens, oysters at three Saturday events

Several events across northeastern North Carolina involved the North Carolina Coastal Federation on Saturday, March 24, providing opportunities for people to learn about low-impact development, stormwater runoff, oysters and more. Ann Daisey, community conservationist at the federation’s Wanchese office, presented at the Tri-County Home Landscaping and Gardening Workshop in Barco in Currituck County. This event…

Public comment period open for Holden Beach terminal groin

Update: Because the town revoked its applications, the Corps is no longer seeking comments. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking public comments on the project proposal for the construction of a terminal groin structure on Holden Beach just west of Lockwood Folly Inlet and Oak Island. On March 15, the Corps released the Final…

Walk the Loop website revamped with more resources

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH — The North Carolina Coastal Federation recently revamped its Walk the Loop for Clean Water website, walktheloop.org, which serves as tour guide of projects in Wrightsville Beach that reduce the volume of stormwater runoff flowing into nearby waterways. Walk the Loop for Clean Water is a 1-mile, self-guided walking tour of innovative stormwater projects…