N.C. Coast Lost a Good, Caring Friend

Topics: NCCF in the News, Volunteers

Jack Cleaves, who died last last month, could always be depended on to lend a hand to help the federation and our coast. More >


Coastal Energy Summit Misses the Mark

Topics: Business and Industry, Climate Change, Energy, Southeast Coast

N.C. Coastal Federation advocate Mike Giles critiques North Carolina's first summit on offshore energy development. More >


Swim the Loop Once Again Benefits Federation

Topics: Southeast Coast, Stormwater, Water pollution

For a third year, a portion of the proceeds from the Swim the Loop competition in Wrightsville Beach will benefit the federation. More >


Offshore Fishing Trip Planned on Miss Hatteras


Fish for a good cause on Sat., Oct. 4, aboard the Miss Hatteras. Proceeds from the fishing trip will support the federation's education and restoration programs. More >


Authors Will Talk About a Serious Walk Along the Beach

Topics: Nature, Southeast Coast

Authors Peter and Cathy Meyer will talk about their walk along the length of the N.C. coast. More >


Boat Cruises to Feature Birds and Full Moons

Topics: Nature, Wildlife

Autumn is a beautiful time of year on the coast. The federation gives you a chance to experience it on boat cruises this fall. More >


Get Those Autumn Native Plants at Our Sale

Topics: Central Coast, Native Plants

Autumn is the ideal time for planting shrubs and trees, and the federation is helping gardeners out by offering a fall plant sale. More >


We're Giving Bald Head a Pass

Topics: Advocacy, Southeast Coast, Terminal groins

The federation isn't going to formally object to a terminal groin on Bald Head Island because there's not much habitat there left to protect. More >


Meet the Summer Interns

Topics: NCCF in the News, Southeast Coast

This is the first summer that the N.C. Coastal Federation's office in Wrightsville Beach has had the space to host five interns. Find out what they're doing. More >


Getting Up Close and Personal with a Cyclops

Topics: Nature

When a caterpillar of the Polyphemus moth wove its cocoon outside his door, Sam Bland naturally broke out his camera. More >

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