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Identifying the Criteria Consumers Use to Select Prepared Seafood Meals

The period to volunteer for this event has passed. A project by Locals Seafood in partnership with North Carolina Sea Grant at NC State University and NC Catch. More and more, Americans of all ages want the convenience of easy-to-prepare … Continue reading

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New Research Projects Focus on Coastal Community Collaborations

by SANDRA HARRIS – NC SEA GRANT Five new projects have received funding from the North Carolina Community Collaborative Research Grant program. In its second year, the program leverages support from the William R. Kenan Jr. Institute for Engineering, Technology and … Continue reading

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Taste of Core Sound To Serve Up History

repost from: coastalreview.org HARKERS ISLAND – For the past 25 years, the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center has made its focus those who call Down East home. Those long-remembered names that have been quilted into local lore as well … Continue reading

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Seafood Lobby Day – WED, June 14

BOTTOM LINE: If this bill were to pass, it would be the first step in eradicating commercial fishing from our public trust waters…and unless you go to the coast yourself and catch it, you won’t be able to enjoy NC … Continue reading

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Seafood Market and Oyster Bar coming to Downtown Raleigh

We’re excited to be a part of Transfer Co. Olde East – Food Production Hall, Market, and Gathering Place. More to come…

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U.S. fisheries continue to rebuild; overfishing and overfished numbers at all-time lows

SOURCE: NOAA FISHERIES • SCROLL DOWN FOR INFO-GRAPHIC The number of domestic fish stocks listed as overfished or subject to overfishing has dropped to an all-time low since 1997, when NOAA began tracking stock status, according to the 2014 Status … Continue reading

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