A new report provides recommendations to address the Carolinas’ significant wastewater infrastructure challenges in the face of climate change and help municipalities and decision-makers improve coastal resilience.
This year’s “shellebration” will cover a wide range of activities, with many occurring throughout the month. Engage with oyster growers and harvesters, seafood restaurants and retail markets, recreational outfitters, coastal conservation and education organizations, and seafood festivals.
On Sept. 24, North Carolina Sea Grant is offering an environmental education program for formal and in-formal educators in Perquimans County and surrounding areas.
The Albemarle-Pamlico National Estuary Partnership (APNEP) and North Carolina Sea Grant are accepting applications for the 2022 Graduate Fellowship in Estuarine Research. The fellowship will fund a graduate student based in North Carolina to conduct applied research within the North Carolina portion of the APNEP management area.