Resilience is more than a buzzword or a monthly theme — it’s at the core of what the Sea Grant network does to support coastal communities and economies.
Check out North Carolina Sea Grant’s new topic-specific pages on citizen science, marine aquaculture and oysters.
Investments in space missions could soon return more benefits in coastal North Carolina through a new joint fellowship offered by North Carolina’s Space Grant and Sea Grant programs.
Liz Brown-Pickren is studying what Tyrrell County residents know about the risk related to eating fish and how they get that information. She is a doctoral candidate at East Carolina University and the inaugural North Carolina Sea Grant/Albemarle-Pamlico National Estuary Partnership fellow.
Chuck Weirich, North Carolina Sea Grant marine aquaculture specialist, takes readers on the highlights of a tour of shellfish aquaculture operations in the Pacific Northwest. He went on a learning trip with Cory and Callie Carawan, who had just started an oyster aquaculture operation in Hyde County.