Join the staff and volunteers of the North Carolina Coastal Federation to help assess the growth and development of oyster reef and salt marsh components of the Living Shoreline installed along the lower Cape Fear River in 2015. The project is a result of the partnership between the federation and Carolina Beach State Park and supports the objectives of the Lower Cape Fear River Blueprint. This effort is aimed at restoring estuarine habitat while also decreasing erosion and improving water…Find out more »
We invite anyone interested in volunteering with the North Carolina Coastal Federation to attend our orientation session from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at our Wrightsville Beach office and education center located at 309 W. Salisbury St. Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480. Afterward, our returning volunteers and coastal ambassadors will join us at 6:30 p.m. for the training portion of the program where we will learn all about oysters from Ted Wilgis, North Carolina Coastal Federation’s southeast coastal…Find out more »
One of the North Carolina Coastal Federation’s primary initiatives is to reduce the amount of marine debris littering coastal marshes, islands and waterways. Marine debris takes on many different forms – from bottle caps and balloons to hazardous lumber from storm damaged structures and lost fishing gear. Marine debris is not only unsightly, but it is also hazardous to fish, wildlife and humans. That is why the federation will be conducting a marine debris clean-up on Nov. 8, from 1…Find out more »
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s only appropriate that we express our gratitude. Join the southeast staff and interns for this month’s coastal ambassador training to celebrate our hardworking volunteers and coastal ambassadors who help keep our North Carolina coast healthy and beautiful! We invite anyone interested in volunteering with the North Carolina Coastal Federation to attend our orientation session from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at our Wilmington office and education center located at 309…Find out more »
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