North Carolina Sea Grant’s 2014 research symposium has lived up to its title: Investments and Opportunities. Based on topics and issues highlighted during the symposium, three projects have been selected for funding.
North Carolina and Virginia Sea Grant programs are collaborating to highlight best management practices, or BMPs, for marine finfish aquaculture in North Carolina.
Learn which leaders — university researchers, government officials from the federal, state and local levels, and representatives of nonprofits and industry — will be spotlighted at North Carolina’s Coastal Conference on April 14. Links to draft agenda and registration also included.
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North Carolina Sea Grant’s Winter 2015 issue of Coastwatch is now available. In this issue, read about Deputy Director John Fear, women in fishing, oyster restoration and North Carolina’s coastal habitats.
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North Carolina Sea Grant extension specialists Scott Baker and Barry Nash will be speaking at the North Carolina Catch Summit March 24 at the Ocracoke Community Center. Sea Grant is an event sponsor.