Table of Contents
From the Executive Director:
Spring Arrivals: Fresh Ideas and New Perspectives
North Carolina Sea Grant Executive Director Susan White describes how positive changes to Sea Grant will enhance coastal efforts.
Susan West explores how coastal communities are eager to support a new generation of commercial fishermen, while photographer Daniel Pullen captures the essence of the industry.
- Welcome to Fish Camp
A series of networking and skill-building workshops focuses on rising leaders in fishing communities.
Katie Mosher reflects on the career and accomplishments of former Sea Grant extension director Jack Thigpen, who retired this spring.
Celebrating Your Carolina Catch
An excerpt from Debbie Moose’s new book describes the virtues of overlooked local fish, and offers a few recipe suggestions.
- A Very Fishy State: Q&A with Debbie Moose
The author shares her experiences eating and writing about N.C. seafood.
Michelle Brodeur outlines how drone photography and on-the-ground cleanup efforts together can fight the problem of marine debris.
Diving into Darkness
Two years after the discovery of the Civil War-era blockade runner Agnes E. Fry, what have we learned so far?
Waterfront Design Decisions
Adam Walters shares insights into residents’ landscaping preferences near tidal creeks.
People and Places:
Of Marsh Mysteries & Aquatic Invaders
Read excerpts from UNC-TV stories highlighting North Carolina Sea Grant research projects.
Following a Passion
Former Knauss Marine Policy Fellow Meagan Dunphy-Daly shares how an early interest in science led to a career she loves.
Where in the World Is Shelly Island?
Danielle Costantini follows up on a coastal phenomenon that occurred last summer.
Julie Leibach looks back on a beachcombing event that turned up fascinating fish finds.