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All Grown Up

Learn how two projects have expanded beyond their early support from North Carolina Sea Grant.

  • Crystal Skipper Earns Species Status
    Brad Rich traces the crystal skipper’s journey from early sightings to receiving species status.
  • Startup Connects Microentrepreneurs With Tourists
    Nash Dunn outlines the latest developments with People-First Tourism, Inc.
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Leaping Out of the Lab
Green Tree Frogs Show Adaptation, Offer Inspiration

Janna Sasser explains coastal tree frogs’ adaptations to climate change.

LOCAL SEAFOOD:
Sharing Seafood Stories

Purveyors of the seafood industry visited “movers and shakers” along North Carolina’s coast.

NATURALIST’S NOTEBOOK:
Focus on Hydrilla

Explore the latest developments in North Carolina’s Hydrilla saga, including a new multiagency task force.

MARINER’S MENU:
Expanding Consumer Palates

Sea Grant specialists survey consumers, seeking any takers for cape shark.

LAST LOOK:
Rip Currents Poster

Use the tips from this poster to stay safe in the water this summer. Clip it to take on your beach trips.

BACK PAGE:
Who Are You?

We asked if you could name the people in a photo. Find out if you were right.

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