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We are a grassroots group of volunteers in Carteret County, North Carolina, dedicated to protecting our coastal environment since 1979.

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facebook icon Find us on Facebook!  Carteret County Crossroads has recently launched a Facebook page. Please check it out; it’s a great local forum for finding and sharing information about current environmental issues.

 


On Thursday, February 23, Carteret County Crossroads will host our 37th Annual Meeting at UNC-Institute of Marine Science at 3431 Arendell Street in Morehead City.

Dr. Rick Luettich’s talk on “Challenges of Predicting Coastal Flooding” will begin at 7 p.m. During the Meet and Greet, with coffee and cookies, 6:30–7:00 p.m., Dr. Christine Voss’s team will present the local King Tides project that documents varying sea levels.

The PUBLIC is graciously invited.

 

The Clean County Coalition is a grassroots movement that supports environmentally friendly public policy and business in Carteret County.

 

The Carteret Local Food Network was established in 2008 to promote the benefits of buying fresh, local food. Carteret County residents can find information and learn about community food projects as well as locate sources for community gardens and local farmers. Visit their website at www.carteretlocalfood.org.

 

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