The North Carolina Coastal Federation is a member-supported 501(c)3 that is focused on protecting and restoring the North Carolina coast. Read More
The North Carolina Coastal Federation empowers coastal residents and visitors from all walks of life to protect and restore the water quality and critically important natural habitats of the North Carolina coast.
A natural, beautiful and productive coast that is a great place to live, work and visit.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation is a member-supported 501(c)3 that focuses on protecting and restoring the North Carolina coast. Since 1982, the federation has been in the field restoring miles of coastline; training and educating students, adults and communities to take actions that result in cleaner coastal waters and advocating for an accessible, healthy, productive coast.
Created when eight grassroots organizations merged under the leadership of the current executive director, Todd Miller, to give a united voice to the need for long-term coastal management, the federation remains a collaborative, grassroots organization at its heart and brings together traditional and nontraditional organizations, government agencies and businesses in order to achieve what is best for the North Carolina coast and to leave a legacy of clean water for future generations. The federation has 11,000 supporters and reaches almost 300,000 people directly each year.
It is the policy of the North Carolina Coastal Federation, as a nonprofit organization, that all of our partners limit their overhead/indirect rates to 10 percent of the funds received.