Hurricanes Florence and Michael brought combined damages of nearly $10 million to North Carolina’s shellfish aquaculture industry, with significant impacts to facilities, gear and crops.
Registration is now open for Scott Baker and Sara Mirabilio’s new course, “Introductory Fisheries Science for Fishermen.”
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.
The Autumn issue of Coastwatch, North Carolina Sea Grant’s flagship publication, looks back on hurricane season, reveals new research on bull sharks, follows an innovative project to map oyster reefs by using drone imagery — and much more.
Four Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship finalists nominated by North Carolina Sea Grant will serve for a year in the federal executive and legislative branches in Washington, D.C. Alicia M. Cheripka, Jill Hamilton, Chrissy Hayes and William Thaxton will start their placements in February 2019.