North Carolina Coastal Federation

ENC Features
10:14 am
Mon October 13, 2014

Crab Trap Cleanup Planned For NC Coast

Credit Chris Hannant Photography

The fishing industry is being asked to help collect abandoned fishing gear from Currituck Sound to south of Oregon Inlet. 

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The Down East Journal
10:57 am
Wed October 8, 2014

The Down East Journal (10/10/14)

The fishing industry is being asked to help collect abandoned fishing gear from Currituck Sound to Oregon Inlet.  This week on the Down East Journal, we talk about the cleanup project.  And, hazardous waste collection events are planned in New Bern and Bayboro this Saturday.  Details on the next Down East Journal, Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations.  And Saturday at noon on News and Ideas. 

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ENC Features
11:14 am
Fri April 25, 2014

Living Shorelines

Credit North Carolina Coastal Federation

Protecting shorelines with natural, vegetative barriers is not only better for the ecosystem, it’s a more effective means of slowing shoreline erosion.  We speak to a local researcher about her work with “living shorelines.”

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ENC Features
9:54 am
Fri February 28, 2014

Oyster Shellabration

Public Radio East is a media sponsor for this weekend's first ever Oyster Shellabration in downtown Swansboro.  The event includes an old-fashioned oyster roast, live music, and educational activities that show  the importance of protecting coastal habitats.  This week, Public Radio East's Jared Brumbaugh spoke with coastal scientists Dr. Lexia Weaver about the event and the organization's mission to preserve aquatic ecosystems in eastern North Carolina.

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ENC Features
11:09 am
Fri October 25, 2013

NC Coastal Federation Receives Federal Grant For Coastal Project

This week, NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Services awarded North Carolina, three other states and two Caribbean nations 8 million dollars for coastal projects.  The North Carolina Coastal Federation received $35,000 to work with fisherman to create new oyster reefs from recycled crab pots.  Public Radio East’s Mac McKee has this.

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