Coastal Review Online

04.23.2014

Using Stormwater to Teach Kids

Topics: NCCF in the News, Rain Gardens, Southeast Coast, Stormwater

Dreams of Wilmington, which brings the arts to disadvantaged kids, will teach them about protecting the coastal environment by controlling polluted runoff. More >

04.22.2014

Learning is Appreciating

Topics: Central Coast, Education

It was something of an Earth Day for the third- and fourth-grade students at Maysville Elementary school on their field trip to Bear Island. For many, it was their first trip to the beach. More >

04.21.2014

Annual Native Plant Sale Set for Saturday

Topics: Native Plants, NCCF in the News

Hundreds of native coastal plants will be available Saturday at the N.C. Coastal Federation's 11th annual Native Plant Sale. More >

04.17.2014

Saving a Piece of Down East Carteret

Topics: Central Coast, Coastal Culture, Food

A move is afoot to preserve the legacy of an old clam house in Williston in eastern Carteret County as a symbol of a proud heritage and as a memorial to The Clam King. More >

04.16.2014

The Sun: A New Crop in New Bern

Topics: Business and Industry, Central Coast, Energy

A new solar farm in New Bern is nearly complete as North Carolina becomes one of the leading producers of solar energy in the nation. More >

04.15.2014

Pamlico Commissioners Lose Patience

Topics: Agriculture, Business and Industry, Central Coast, Wetlands

Five months after asking the Army Corps of Engineers to investigate alleged illegal ditching of wetlands, Pamlico County commissioners want EPA to intervene. More >

04.14.2014

Sales Tax Hike Not Likely to Help Build Groins

Topics: Coastal management, Southeast Coast, Terminal groins

Three proposed terminal groin projects in Brunswick County aren't likely to see much money if voters approve an increase in the county sales tax. More >

04.11.2014

As Sand Rushes In, a Deadline Looms

Topics: Coastal management, Legislature, Northeast Coast

As a dredge makes its way to the nearly impassable Oregon Inlet once again, a legislative task force hurries to finish its report on the state's plans for taking over the inlet and adjacent land on the Outer Banks in Dare County. More >

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