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The following articles and photos were published on Coastal Review Online, a nonprofit news service covering the North Carolina coast. Its publisher is the North Carolina Coastal Federation, a non-profit organization that focuses on protecting and restoring the coast of North Carolina through education, advocacy, and habitat preservation and restoration.
A chapter of the world’s oldest and largest organization dedicated to fisheries will present one of its annual awards to this environmental nonprofit group for its work restoring marine habitats.
They went above and beyond for the coast and for their students. Find out why this worship center and its educators received a Pelican Award from the N.C. Coastal Federation.
A fisherman, a realtor and a former senator are among the 15 recipients of this year’s awards, which honor exemplary efforts to preserve and protect the coastal environment.
No need to leave the coast this summer. Travel through estuaries and explore unspoiled islands on one of the N.C. Coastal Federation’s coastal cruises near you.
It couldn’t have been a nicer day for the grand opening of the N.C. Coastal Federation’s new education center and southeast office, which was named in honor of two environmental philanthropists.
The Winding River Plantation Property Owners Association in Brunswick County won a Pelican Award from the N.C. Coastal Federation for developing model community landscaping guidelines that promote environmentally friendly yards.
The N.C. Coastal Federation plans to move an historic house in Wrightsville Beach for its new Southeast Regional office and education center.
The following articles and photos were published in The Island News, the local newspaper of Beaufort, S.C.
The following article was published on Eat, Sleep, Play Beaufort, an online publication for Beaufort, S.C.
The following articles were published in Encore, the alternative newspaper of Wilmington, N.C.