Written and illustrated by Anne Marshall Runyon, “Longneedle” tells the life story of a longleaf pine in the longleaf pine savannas of the North Carolina Outer Coastal Plain.
The North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies (NCICS) has released the North Carolina Climate Science Report, an independent assessment of observed and projected climate.
A small museum has earned a big distinction: The North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport is the state’s first Certified Autism Center. Public operations have been suspended at the museum to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
The Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center’s Fourth National Climate Assessment Webinar Series will explore the impact of climate change on tribes and indigenous peoples. The session will be March 25 at noon.
Lise Montefiore, a WRRI and North Carolina Sea Grant joint fellow, studies decades of satellite data to see where and how industrially-owned hog facilities may be impacting water quality.