The benefits of restoring North Carolina’s coastline extend beyond the state’s environment, infusing millions of dollars into local economies, according to a recent report that will be unveiled in Raleigh on Tuesday. Coastal Restoration and Community Economic Development in North Carolina, a study of RTI International, examined the economic effects on local economies of four…
On March 7, nearly 40 volunteers spent their Saturday morning collecting litter and debris from the Hoop Pole Creek Preserve in Atlantic Beach. The Preserve supports a healthy maritime forest and coastal marsh habitat, and is an important natural refuge for fish and wildlife.
With your help, the federation will continue work to protect Beacon Island and restore salt marsh.
The federation and Oak Island are sponsoring a party in Waterway Park on Oak Island on Saturday to celebrate several clean water projects. All are invited.
Meetings in Columbia and Dare and Currituck counties may be signs that low-impact development is catching on.