Almost all of the material in Coastwatch helps fuel one of the core components of North Carolina Sea Grant’s mission: environmental education. Teachers across the state are using far more Coastwatch content in their classrooms than we’ve gathered here. These stories are about educational outreach, or they provide special resources for teachers and students in North Carolina.

Zoom In on Aquaculture
in the Spring 2020 issue
A blue crab starts life as a microscopic larva that drifts through the water eating zooplankton and plant materials.

Young Minds Enjoy New Green Infrastructure:
Stewardship Begins Early and Upstream
in the Summer 2018 issue

Discover Innovative Tourism Access
in the Spring 2017 issue

Expanding Marine Education from Sea to Mountains
in the Spring 2017 issue

Science Via Varied Senses
in the Spring 2017 issue

Developing Recipes, Nourishing the Community
in the Winter 2017 issue

Collaborative Research on the Outer Banks
in the Winter 2017 issue

From Seeds to Shoreline:
Expanding Minds and Restoring Marshes

in the Autumn 2016 issue

Researchers Reach Into Communities
in the Summer 2016 issue

Ride the Currents
in the Summer 2016 issue

SciREN and the Evolution of Science Outreach
in the Holiday 2016 issue

Climate Change Communication Challenges:
Including Kids in Solutions

in the Holiday 2016 issue

Education to Action
in the Holiday 2016 issue


lead photo by Christy Perrin