North Carolina Sea Grant’s new coastal resilience specialist Sarah Spiegler tells why resilience means more than merely “bouncing back” — and the latest issue also explores much more.
The NC Local Food Council and NC Sea Grant are among partners celebrating NC oysters during the 2020 holiday season as families adapt to smaller gatherings and seek new food traditions.
Scientists from NC State University have developed a method for farming striped bass more efficiently and less expensively than ever before. Unlike previous methods, the new process does not rely on hormones for breeding striped bass in captivity.
UPDATED Dec. 14, 2020. Applications have closed for this position. Contact: Frank López, email@example.com; or Katie Mosher, firstname.lastname@example.org North Carolina Sea Grant is seeking applications for a climate resilience extension associate, a two-year, grant-funded position….
North Carolina Sea Grant is among the sponsors of — and hosts for — the new RISE for Local Foods Internship program from the N.C. Local Food Council to support local producers during the COVID-19 pandemic.