Spat-On-Shell Demonstration Project Will Benefit Oyster Harvests and Coastal Ecosystems

July 23, 2020 | Katie Mosher

North Carolina Sea Grant, the North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation, N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries and industry collaborators have joined forces on a new project to produce and deploy “spat-on-shell” to restore wild oyster populations for future harvest.

Pathways to Marine Policy

July 23, 2020 | Dave Shaw

Meet nine Knauss finalists whose past experiences with NOAA set them on a path to marine policy, including two of the four graduate students from North Carolina who are finalists this year.

New Study Reveals Antibiotics in Rural Streams and Drinking Water Wells

July 22, 2020 | Dave Shaw

Antibiotics consumed by humans and animals can end up in the environment through a number of different pathways, including wastewater treatment facility effluent, septic leaching, and runoff.

Celebrating Latino Conservation Week: Spotlight on Melinda Martinez

July 21, 2020 | Dave Shaw

We celebrate Latino Conservation Week with Melinda Martinez, recipient of last year’s North Carolina Sea Grant — North Carolina Space Grant Graduate Research Fellowship.

Celebrating Latino Conservation Week: Spotlight on Frank López

July 20, 2020 | Dave Shaw

Communities throughout the country are enjoying and connecting with the great outdoors during the 7th annual Latino Conservation Week, July 18 through July 26, which includes nearly 100 events nationwide. We celebrate the occasion here with Frank Lopez, extension director for North Carolina Sea Grant and the NC Water Resources Research Institute.