Restaurant to Reef Program

Click Here for Restaurant Application Click Here for Volunteer Application Restoration: Recycled oyster shells are a valuable resource in North Carolina. They are used to build new reefs. Free floating baby oysters attach to the new reefs and grow more oysters. Dumping oyster shells in landfills is illegal in North Carolina because of their value…

Volunteers help complete Moor Shore Road living shoreline project

Last week, multiple volunteer groups joined the North Carolina Coastal Federation’s northeast staff for the planting of marsh grasses at the Moor Shore Road living shoreline project site. The plantings of black needlerush, Juncus romerianus, is the final step in the completion of the project. The project has been a culmination of multiple moving parts…

May Legislative Update

The month of May typically marks the home stretch of the North Carolina General Assembly’s long session, so it’s a good time to take stock of the North Carolina Coastal Federation’s 2019 legislative agenda. Here’s a quick rundown: Oysters Earlier this year, the UNC Collaboratory released a strategic plan that included regulatory reforms and new…

Ocean Friendly Establishments

Look for this sticker in certified businesses’ windows to support their efforts in protecting our coastal environment. Click Here for Restaurant Application Click Here for Non-Restaurant Application Click Here for Current List of Businesses Send completed applications to lesliev@nccoast.org Follow our Facebook page! In the northeast region, the North Carolina Coastal Federation and the North…

Federation hosts Earth Day activities in each region

The North Carolina Coastal Federation hosted a number of Earth Day activities last week in each region. Although the federation celebrates our planet and our coast every day, a little extra celebration occurred during the weeks leading up to and following Earth Day. Northeast Region  The Wanchese office celebrated Earth Day by participating in the…