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Bogue Banks Beach Preservation Association
- Residents, property owners and concerned citizens working to restore and preserve a healthy beach environment on Bogue Banks.
Carolina Estuarine Reserve Foundation
- Supports the North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve (NCNERR) and other components of the North Carolina Coastal Reserve Program in raising funds necessary for maintaining the present reserves as well as procuring future additional estuarine properties; in learning more about estuaries and other coastal ecosystems; and in sharing this information with the people whose lives and jobs affect these ecosystems.
Citizen's Handbook of North Carolina's Environmental Information Sources
- Lists and links to information sources on a wide variety of topics.
Imagination Station, Wilson
- Science Museum of Wilson, NC. Interactive science, technology, and math learning center for all ages. Non-profit.
N.C. Zoological Society
- Information on private, non-profit organization that supports N.C. Zoo. Features updates on conservation and education programs and special events at the zoo
NRDC Pro: Testing the Waters 1998 - North Carolina Summary
- Testing the Waters - 1998 Has Your Vacation Beach Cleaned Up Its Act?
North Carolina Aquariums
- Locations at Roanoke Island, Fort Fisher, and Pine Knoll Shores.
North Carolina Arboretum
- The NC Arboretum focuses on the education, economic development, research, conservation, and garden demonstration with respect to landscape, architecture, and plant sciences. The 426-acre site is nestled in one of the most beautiful natural settings in the United States.
North Carolina Coastal Federation
- No Wetlands, No Seafood. Citizens working together for a healthy coastal environment.
North Carolina Conservation Network
- Statewide network of environmental groups. Information on membership and projects.
North Carolina Geological Survey
- Information about geology and mineral resources in the state, including geologic and geophysical maps, publications, education programs, professional licensing and other regulatory requirements, and FAQs.
North Carolina Maritime Museum
- The Museum has an active Boatbuilding Program, and offers many Environmental Education Programs, including the Cape Lookout Studies Program, which operates from a remote facility on North Carolina's Outer Banks.
North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve (NCNERR)
- There are four individual components to the NCNERR: Currituck Banks, Rachel Carson, Masonboro Island and Zeke's Island. North Carolina's Estuarine system, the third largest in the country, encompasses more than two million acres. This system is the economic foundation of the coastal area. More than 90% of the commercial fish species caught in North Carolina spend some part of their lives in an estuary.
North Carolina Shore and Beach Preservation Association
- A statewide organization founded in 1998 to support beach preservation issues.
North Carolina's Aquariums
- Roanoke Island, Pine Knoll Shores, and Fort Fisher. Promote an awareness, understanding, appreciation, and conservation of the diverse natural and cultural resources associated with North Carolina's ocean, estuaries, rivers, streams, and other aquatic environments.
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.
The Nags Head Dolphin Watch
- See Atlantic bottlenose dolphins, learn about their feeding and social behavior, and observe other wildlife of the Outer Banks (including Osprey and Pelicans) on naturalist-guided trips. Also conducts marine research.
The North Carolina Estuarium
- Characterizes specific species that inhabit an estuarine environment. Special displays include aquariums, audio-videos, talks, and environmental art.
Wildlife of the Alligator River
- Examines the coexisting plant and animal species of eastern North Carolina and provides classroom lessons and activities.
Zen's WNC Nature Notebook
- A naturalist's journal of hikes, thoughts, wildflower identification and other entries about the beautiful mountains of western North Carolina.
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