This fact sheet detail the work being done at Eagle Point Golf Course to prevent furth degradation and improve water quality in the shellfishing water of Little Creek in New Hanover County.
This fact sheet details the purpose and timeline of the educational Student Wetland Nursery Program which educates students on the importance of wetlands while also allowing them to gain real world experience and help with restoration efforts.
This fact sheet details the stormwater runoff issues faced by three watersheds near North River Farms and how restoring the 6,000 acres of farm land back into wetland will pre-treat agricultural runoff, improve overall water quality, and provide habitat for native plants and animals.
This fact sheet details the overarching issues in the Stump Sound watershed as well as the degradation to Morris Landing caused by unregulated use. This resource explain how the conservation easement, living shoreline, and on going volunteer work are restoring the area while preserving it for future use.
This fact sheet details the water quality issues in the White Oak River and the positive impacts preserving Jones Island has on water quality, native plants, and habitat protection in the area.
This fact sheet details the preservation story of Hoop Pole Creek, the important ecosystem and community service the area provides, as well as the ongoing volunteer efforts that keep the area productive and beautiful.
This fact sheet details the low impact development techniques being used at the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center and the Cape Lookout National Seashore Visitor Center on Harkers Island to reduce bacteria concentrations in Core Sound from stormwater runoff.