The coast of North Carolina is giving up some of its treasures… large timbers thought to be from a century old shipwreck have appeared on Cape Lookout National Seashore, and archeologists are narrowing down where the pieces may have come from.
This week on the Down East Journal, groups are at odds over the plan to relocate dredging material from Beaufort Inlet to Shackleford Banks. Would the move impact tourism or help preserve Shackleford’s shoreline from erosion?
In less than a month, Cape Lookout National Seashore is expected to announce the winning bid for a contract to be the sole operator for passenger ferry service to the park. We explore the ramifications of that plan and talk to the Park Superintendent about how the new ferry service would be implemented.