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09.22.2014

What Will a Groin Do to Rare Birds at Rich Inlet?

That's the million-dollar question. Though the federal review of the possible environmental effects of the proposed terminal groin on Figure Eight Island is nearing completion, federal agencies charged with protecting birds haven't yet started assessing what the groin might do to troubled bird species. More…

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Get Those Autumn Native Plants at Our Sale

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

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  • 09.19.2014

    From Eyesore to Functioning Wetlands

    The designs are completed and the easements surveyed. The N.C. Coastal Federation will soon start restoring two ponds to aid an ailing creek. More…
  • 09.18.2014

    Hogs After Floyd: Nothing's Changed

    Hog lagoons flooded after Hurricane Floyd and state officials made many assurances to change the way hog waste is treated. Fifteen years later and nothing much had changed.  More…
  • 09.17.2014

    The Legacy of Hurricane Floyd

    North Carolina's worst natural disaster and costliest hurricane made landfall 15 years ago this week. In the first of two parts, we take a look at the legacy Floyd left in its wake.  More…
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