North Carolina Sea Grant provides a wide range of information to help the public understand the complex interaction between people and coastal resources. We publish several magazines and newsletters regularly.
North Carolina Sea Grant publishes this award-winning, full-color magazine four times a year. Articles highlight the latest in coastal science and technology, coastal communities, and coastal heritage through compelling articles and captivating photography.
Scotch Bonnet is an online publication for teachers and nonformal educators, written by marine education specialist Terri Kirby Hathaway. To subscribe to the Scotch Bonnet listserv be notified when there is a new issue, contact Hathaway at email@example.com or 252-475-5486.
For past issues of former newsletters, including Legal Tides, Tidelines, Marine Extension News and Waterwise, contact Katie Mosher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-515-9069.
North Carolina Sea Grant maintains several blogs:
Find out what members of North Carolina’s staff are doing on the Coastwatch Currents blog. A rotating roster of contributors will give readers a glimpse into different aspects of our work.
The Mariner’s Menu blog, based on Joyce Taylor’s popular book of the same name, offers consumers a new way to get seafood recipes, learn about local fisheries and traditions, and stay up to date on safety, handling and preparation tips.
Hook, Line and Science is a great blog for North Carolina saltwater anglers. We summarize recent research that may impact anglers in our state and cover a bunch of different topics, but we’ll focus on themes that, according to a recent survey, are of highest interest to N.C. anglers.