Registration Opens for the “Introductory Fisheries Science for NC Fishers” Online Training

February 2, 2023 | Dave Shaw

Registration is open for North Carolina Sea Grant’s popular “Introductory Fisheries Science for NC Fishers” training. Scott Baker and Sara Mirabilio, fisheries specialists with over 45 years of combined experience, will bring together state experts in new online lessons designed for saltwater anglers and members of our state's wild-capture and farm-raised seafood industry....

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2023 Knauss Fellows Begin Service

February 1, 2023 | Carrie Clower

The 2023 class of the Sea Grant John A. Knauss Policy Fellowship program began serving in federal offices February 1. Of the 86 fellows nationwide, six are graduate students from North Carolina: Carden Barkley, Anastasia Dulskiy, Claire Huang, Margaret Morrison, Rebecca Van Hoeck, and Zoe Wong....

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North Carolina Sea Grant Opens the Coastal Resilience Team Competition

February 1, 2023 | Dave Shaw

North Carolina Sea Grant has launched its second Coastal Resilience Team Competition. The program will provide up to $20,000 for one or more student teams to conduct two-year projects that will lead to more resilient habitats and communities on the North Carolina coastal plain....

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North Carolina Sea Grant Advances Shoreline Protection and Coastal Resilience

January 25, 2023 | Dave Shaw

NOAA’s National Sea Grant College Program and the U.S. Coastal Research Program (USCRP) are backing new work to protect North Carolina’s shorelines. A North Carolina Sea Grant collaboration with East Carolina University and Carteret Community College will develop a framework for coastal protection design and siting, as well as living shoreline training courses and a certification program....

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North Carolina Sea Grant Seeks Coastal Research Proposals

January 13, 2023 | Dave Shaw

North Carolina Sea Grant is now accepting preproposals for the 2024–2026 applied research grant cycle to address problems affecting coastal ecosystems, economies, and communities. The deadline for preproposals is January 13, 2023....

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