If you are interested in how the southeast branch of the North Carolina Coastal Federation advocates for effective coastal management that protects and restores the North Carolina coast then please join us on Wednesday, March 27 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. to hear from our Coastal Advocate, Kerri Allen, as she discusses the current threats to our coast and how we are moving forward. If you are new to the federation or would like more information about the federation…Find out more »
Join the North Carolina Coastal Federation at this year’s Oak Island Earth Day Festival! Oak Island Parks & Recreation Department is sponsoring Earth Day events at Middleton Park on Thursday, April 18 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The event will feature hands-on environmental Earth-friendly activities and displays for all ages. Some of the groups in attendance will be the Ft Fisher Aquarium outreach program, Beekeepers, Sea Biscuit Bird Rescue, North Carolina Coastal Federation and many more. For more information please visit…Find out more »
Join the North Carolina Coastal Federation at Wilmington’s 2019 Earth Day Celebration at Hugh MacRae Park! The festival will feature exhibitors, vendors, live music, food and drink, outdoor games and more. Visit our booth to see what actions you can take to create a better planet. Wilmington’s 2019 Earth Day Celebration’s theme is "Change Your Actions, Change the Planet." The theme was selected to highlight how our actions as humans directly impact our planet, and our planet directly impacts humans.…Find out more »
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