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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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A Carteret Crossroads Mapping Project

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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.

 


Walking Fish Cooperative has launched their first local Community Supported Fishery (CSF). Visit their website to learn how you can sign up to receive fresh, local seafood this spring! Click on the 'Spring CSF' button to learn more about the local delivery.

 

‘Shored Up’ the Movie:  coming soon to an auditorium near you!

Crossroads and the NC Coastal Federation present Ben Kalina’s award winning documentary ‘Shored Up’ 
7 p.m., Monday, March 31, 2014
 at Joslyn Hall, on the campus of Carteret Community College, Morehead City

Don’t miss the screening of ‘Shored Up’ – a documentary on coastal development in North Carolina and New Jersey following Hurricane Sandy. ‘Shored Up’ asks tough questions about our coastal communities and our relationship with the land. What will a rising sea do to our homes, our businesses, and the survival of our communities? Our development of the coastlines puts us in a tough predicament, and it’s time to start looking for real solutions.

The film begins at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. The hall will open at 6 p.m., and sea level rise (SLR) researchers from ECU and beyond will be on hand in the foyer with posters describing the internationally recognized SLR research currently taking place in eastern Carteret County. Come early to get a good seat, then take this opportunity to talk firsthand with field researchers about the science behind sea level rise projections.  After the screening there will be a panel discussion featuring SLR researchers along with Rudi Rudolph, Carteret County Shore Protection Manager.

To attend, register online at the Coastal Federation website, www.nccoast.org. Go to the events calendar, click on the event and find the “Register Now!” button to sign up.  For more event information, contact Rachel Bisesi at rachelb@nccoast.org.  For information on ‘Shored Up’ and filmmaker Ben Kalina, visit www.shoredupmovie.com. 

 

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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