Includes information about the natural environment as well as scientific activities specific to North Carolina's Coastal regions. Look in the appropriate county or locality for location-specific sites.
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Cape Lookout Studies Program
An environmental education, bottlenose dolphin research and sea turtle conservation program of the N.C. Maritime Museum. Includes field trips, activities, photo gallery.
Lower Cape Fear Water and Sewer Authority
Responsible for providing wholesale regional raw water supply services to local governments and industry within its five-county service area comprised of Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, New Hanover, and Pender Counties.
North Carolina Aquariums
Promotes appreciation and conservation of the natural and cultural resources associated with the state's aquatic environments. Operates facilities at Roanoke Island, Pine Knoll Shores, and Fort Fisher.
North Carolina Coastal Federation
No Wetlands, No Seafood. Citizens working together for a healthy coastal environment.
North Carolina Coastal Land Trust
Non-profit organization formed in 1992 to help protect locally and regionally valuable natural areas and waters. Provides details about the organization, current campaigns, and membership information.
North Carolina Maritime Museums
Administrative, education, and maritime branches. Exhibits, programs, newsletter, and museum contributors.
Reef Ball Shared Resources
Information about Reef Balls from all related Reef Ball companies. Reef Balls are state of the art designed artificial reefs used primarily to restore coral reefs and to create new fishing and scuba diving sites.
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