The North Carolina Sentinel Site Cooperative and North Carolina Sea Grant are accepting applications for a joint graduate fellowship for research that must occur in the cooperative’s geography, which includes 22 counties.
A handy new landscaping guide to native plants of North Carolina has been published by the Coastal Landscapes Initiative, a collaboration that includes North Carolina Sea Grant.
“RISING: Perspectives of Change along the North Carolina Coast” will open Oct. 10, 2018 at the Coastal Studies Institute in Dare County. The opening includes a reception and program of community conversations. The exhibit will continue through January 2019.
Sarah Spiegler has joined North Carolina Sea Grant in a dual role as N.C. Sentinel Site Cooperative coordinator and marine education specialist
Just ahead of his retirement, Jack Thigpen has received state and regional honors for his two decades leading North Carolina Sea Grant’s extension program.