Oysters Carolina, Harker’s Island
Ryan Bethea had never really thought about oyster mariculture until he stumbled across an article in a magazine at his parents’ house.
“It all of a sudden hit home for me,” he said.…
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Slash Creek Oysters, Hatteras
After years of working in corporate jobs, Katherine McGlade was looking for a way to work outside when she came across oyster mariculture.
McGlade saw an opportunity to make a quality product in an industry…
Bills advanced Wednesday by Sen. Norm Sanderson would create a new shellfish leasing program and extensive changes to the state's marine fisheries oversight
For the full story, refer to Coastal Review Online at the link below.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation, North Carolina Sea Grant, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) hosted the…
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Middle Sound Mariculture, Wilmington
“At Middle Sound Mariculture we are applying science to grow delicious and sustainable shellfish.”
Middle Sound Mariculture has embraced the concept of North Carolina being…
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The North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries administers the Shellfish Lease and Franchise Program for the purposes of shellfish cultivation, aquaculture and mariculture within the State of North Carolina.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation collaborates with multiple stakeholders and partners to promote oyster restoration, education, science, mariculture and sustainable harvest efforts in the state. We are the state’s only 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that focuses exclusively on protecting and restoring the coast of North Carolina through education, advocacy and habitat preservation and restoration. With our partners, we aim to have the North Carolina coast regarded as the “Napa Valley” of oysters. Connect with us to stay informed about upcoming oyster events, the latest news and science and oyster restoration efforts.