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From the Executive Director
Rejuvenation and New Perspectives
Sea Grant continues to partner with communities as they recover from Hurricane Florence and Tropical Storm Michael.
Despite the challenges of bringing North Carolina seafood to inland restaurants, chefs and customers are celebrating coastal cuisine.
Florence moved a significant portion of sand offshore, but post-storm waves immediately began the slow process of bringing it back.
Peak electric co-op outages hit a record high of more than 300,000 homes — but co-ops mobilized with all hands on deck.
A hotspot for lichen biodiversity in northeastern North Carolina faces the threat of rising seas.
When an Indian emissary met the English ships in July 1584, things went so well that Wingina decided to try to adopt the strangers.
- From the Courthouse Steps to Climate Change: How Lumbee History Can Inform New Social and Environmental Dialogue
What does it mean to be indigenous and American?
Two fisheries specialists bring us the latest from their new blog series.
What’s in a Name? A Lot, It Seems!
It’s time for a new moniker for our old friend Spartina alterniflora.
Tropical Systems Disrupt Neuse River Oxygen Levels
Florence and Chris wreaked havoc on the Neuse River Estuary.
Saturday Left Behind
Dee Stribling reflects on the remains of a day.