A North Carolina State University doctoral student, Matthew Damiano, is among the newest fellows selected by a joint program of the National Marine Fisheries Service and the National Sea Grant College Program to address the critical need for the next generation of specialized experts in fisheries management. He was nominated by North Carolina Sea Grant.
North Carolina’s first STEM Policy Fellows begin their yearlong assignments this week for two high-level state government offices.
The North Carolina Shellfish Farming Academy launched in June, with its inaugural sessions at Carteret Community College. Based on growing demand, another session is already set to start in September. North Carolina Sea Grant is a key partner.
If you’re looking for activities to keep you busy in the cooler months, consider sprucing up your yard with landscaping that’s both beautiful and sustainable.
Three new projects in North Carolina’s coastal region are moving forward with funding from the Community Collaborative Research Grant Program. Topics include safety of shellfish harvests, efficient shoreline restoration and youth leadership training.