The North Carolina Humanities Council will launch the Smithsonian’s “Water/Ways” exhibit statewide in 2020-2021.
Lead threatens water security in low-income and African American communities.
Black History Month programming within the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources includes a variety of activities that are family-friendly and usually free.
Researchers at the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences have been studying local ecosystems under oyster farms, comparing their seagrass and fish communities to areas without oyster gear.
As sea levels continue to rise, researchers consider how coastal wetlands may be impacted. Until now, few studies have addressed how rising sea levels may affect mercury deposits in the coastal region. Check out new research funded by North Carolina’s Sea Grant and Water Resources Research Institute programs.