North Carolina’s commercial fisheries support local communities by providing important sources of employment, business income and food, explains Jane Harrison, North Carolina Sea Grant’s coastal economist. She is leading a research team for a new study to quantify economic impacts of fisheries and the related supply chains.
Plants that are indigenous to North Carolina’s coastal region not only add color and resilience, they may also add to your menu. Check in with Paul Hosier, author of the new edition of Seacoast Plants of the Carolinas, and folks in Caswell Beach for an interesting look at coastal edibles.
Headed to the beach? Keep these safety measures in mind.
This summer, educate yourself before jumping in the water at North Carolina beaches.
Jessica Whitehead of North Carolina Sea Grant is bringing her experience working with coastal communities to a new national panel. She is one of fifteen members of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s new federal Advisory Committee for the Sustained National Climate Assessment. The panel will advise NOAA on products and activities, including engaging stakeholders.