Help the Pelicans by Giving Back

Topics: Habitat Restoration, Northeast Coast

With your help, the federation will continue work to protect Beacon Island and restore salt marsh. More >


A Season of Thanks and Thank Yous

Topics: Education, Habitat Restoration, Northeast Coast

A federation educator find a lot to be thankful for during this Thanksgiving season. More >


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

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 >

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