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Land of the Wild Goose
Currituck Heritage Park offers visitors a unique glimpse into the past, present and future of a region once known as Carotank. Erin Seiling explores the familiar faces of the Whalehead Club and the Currituck Beach Lighthouse and introduces the newest addition, the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education.
HATTERAS’ CHANGING WATERFRONT:
Fishing Traditions, Boatslips Dwindling
Ann Green explores Hatteras Island’s maritime heritage by chatting with veteran commercial fishermen and others about life on the docks. She also looks at new legislation in the N.C. General Assembly to address issues of working waterfronts.
ROCKY BRANCH — CELEBRATE WITH US!
North Carolina Sea Grant celebrated Earth Day 2006 with the dedication of the Rocky Branch Stream Restoration and Greenway project in Raleigh. Photographer Daniel Kirn and writer Kathleen Angione take readers on a tour of the festivities and the restored stream.
Public Access, Parking Pinch?
For many folks heading to North Carolina’s beaches this summer, their first stop will be a parking lot. Kathleen Angione looks at public access and parking issues among the state’s coastal communities.
Microwaving: Fast Results for Surimi Testing
North Carolina Sea Grant researchers have combined a new microwave heating method with a dry ice process to quickly test the quality of imitation crab.
Vacation Essentials: Books, Books and More Books
What is summertime without a list of books to read? If your getaway is at the beach or in your own backyard, you’ll want to consider selections highlighted by Pam Smith.