Coastal Review Online

11.26.2014

Our Coast: The Yaupon Holly Tradition

Topics: Coastal History, Native Plants, Our Coast

Almost as soon as Europeans arrived on our coast, they were taught by the Native Americans how to brew this coastal shrub into a caffeinated tea. More >

11.25.2014

Sutton Ash Plan Begins to Take Shape

Topics: Energy, Southeast Coast

Duke Energy hopes to ship much of the 7.2 million pounds of ash at the Wilmington power plant to reclaimed clay mines in Lee and Chatham counties. More >

11.24.2014

Will Sewer Be Good for the White Oak?

Topics: Stormwater, Water Quality

A small town in Carteret County where almost $500,000 in federal grants has been spent to control runoff into the lower White Oak River is considering installing centralized sewer, which could lead to even more runoff into the river. More >

11.21.2014

Our Coast: The American White Pelican

Topics: Our Coast, Outer Banks, Wildlife

The N.C. Coastal Federation's naturalist, Sam Bland, travels to Pea Island Wildlife Reserve for the rare sighting of white pelicans. This time, over 150 have stopped by on their migration. More >

11.20.2014

Huge Sandbag Wall at N. Topsail Gets OK

Topics: Central Coast, Coastal management

The N.C. Coastal Resources Commission yesterday gave North Topsail Beach the green light to build a massive sandbag wall to protect beachfront houses. More >

11.19.2014

Beaver Moon Doesn't Disappoint

Topics: Central Coast, Nature

The cloud cover lifted and the hearts on the boat soared. A full moon hung over Bogue Sound, inspiring the artistic souls of the nature photographers on board. More >

11.18.2014

Putting Runoff on the Run

Topics: Low-Impact Development (LID), Southeast Coast, Stormwater, Water Quality

Several retrofit projects designed to reduce stormwater runoff are currently being installed along roadways and other high pollution sites in Wrightsville Beach. More >

11.17.2014

County May Help Pay the Mason Inlet Tab

Topics: Coastal management, Southeast Coast

Thanks to a new state law, New Hanover County may begin to consistently funnel money to help maintain relocated Mason Inlet. More >

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