Catch a glimpse of NC Sea Grant’s mock seafood market at the 2014 Outer Banks Seafood Festival.
Sara Mirabilio wants more frankenfish in North Carolina — but it’s not what you think!
Spencer Rogers, North Carolina Sea Grant’s coastal construction and erosion specialist, has good advice for anyone living — or considering living — on the coast: Remember, there is no such thing as a hurricane-proof building on a barrier island. Read on to find out what else Pam Smith found out at a recent N.C. Coastal Federation event in Wrightsville Beach.
This is a guide to direct researchers, scientists, lawyers, and other professionals interested in coastal law and policy issues. The guide separates legislative materials into two categories: (1) Session Laws and (2) new and amended legislation enacted as a part of the 2014 State Budget. Part II summarizes provisions from the 2014 State Budget that have general application to environmental law and policy in North Carolina. While these provisions have application to the coastal region, they also have wider applicability. Please see also Part I, which summarizes the Session Laws and provisions from the State Budget that relate more specifically to coastal law and policy.
Are you ready to Be A Force of Nature? North Carolina Sea Grant is! On August 29, 2014, North Carolina Sea Grant became the latest Sea Grant program accepted to NOAA’s Weather Ready Nation Ambassadors Initiative!