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‘Paradise’ for Many Natives
Ann Green joins a longtime Salter Path resident on a tour of this Bogue Banks fishing village that has become a tourist spot. Come along to learn about the people and landmarks in the town’s history.
Changing Faces Along the Coast
As the population of coastal North Carolina increases, many of the new residents are Hispanic. Sea Grant researchers look at the changes in community resources as the number of these workers expands.
BLUE CRABS, PINK TAGS:
Tracking Female Crabs in the Ocean
Where are crabs in winter? Researchers are tagging these elusive creatures to uncover their population structure and winter migration habits. E-Ching Lee talks to the people — scientists, and commercial and recreational fishers — who are making this happen.
PEOPLE & PLACES:
Time Before Tinsel: Quaker Influence in Colonial Carolina
The small town of Belvidere in Perquimans County is home to colonial Quaker sites and a modern community of the Society of Friends. Erin Selling explores the Quaker traditions that helped shape the early Carolina colony.
Audience Participation: Subscribers Respond to Coastwatch Survey
Who subscribes to Coastwatch! How do they use the information in the articles? East Carolina University researchers received more than 500 replies to a survey asking these questions and more.
Baked, broiled, grilled or steamed, flounder is an appetizing addition to any holiday dinner table. Learn how to prepare this flavorful fish from Mariner’s Menu author Joyce Taylor.