Rain from the recent passing of hurricane Matthew increased the water flow in wetlands, flooding some roadways and farmlands, and is now in the process of receding and flowing under a rural water crossing in Robeson County, in North Carolina, on Thursday, Oct 13, 2016. USDA Photo by Lance Cheung.

Coastwatch Looks at Lessons Learned from Hurricane Matthew Five Years Later

December 14, 2021 | Dave Shaw

The new issue of North Carolina Sea Grant’s award-winning Coastwatch magazine features an in-depth look at lessons learned from Hurricane Matthew, as well stories on the Gullah/Geechee Nation, student podcasts, humpback whales, fishing at wind farms, and much more.

NC Sea Grant Extends Deadline for Resource Management Research Proposals

December 1, 2021 | Katie Mosher

North Carolina researchers are invited to propose research studies that would meet resource management needs identified by North Carolina state agencies. The deadline is Dec. 15, 2021.

Spencer Rogers.

Spencer Rogers Earns Sea Grant Network Extension Honor

December 1, 2021 | Katie Mosher

Spencer Rogers of NC Sea Grant earned national honors from the national Sea Grant Extension Assembly and the Sea Grant Association. Rogers was presented the William Q. Wick Award for extension programming on coastal hazards and resilience.

Currituck Sound Coalition Announces Conservation Plan for Critical Marshes Adapting to Climate Change

November 30, 2021 | Katie Mosher

Today, the Currituck Sound Coalition announced the release of a landmark Marsh Conservation Plan that identifies the complex web of threats facing Currituck Sound and offers a blueprint of how best to protect and restore this invaluable coastal ecosystem for wildlife and people. The Coalition includes NC Sea Grant, Audubon NC, and many partners.

Feb. 4 Proposal Deadline for New Community Collaborations

November 8, 2021 | Katie Mosher

North Carolina Sea Grant’s Community Collaborative Research Grant program is accepting proposals now through Feb. 4, 2022 for projects to start later in 2022.The program brings communities and researchers together to study high-priority environmental and economic issues in North Carolina.