From The Carteret County News-Times
Wild, locally caught seafood may become a niche market, or it may already be one. But whatever its future, seafood industry stakeholders and state officials[ READ MORE ]
Two-year grant to strengthen North Carolina’s seafood economy
Trustees of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation have awarded a grant to NC Catch to support the organization’s work of elevating North[ READ MORE ]
Here’s some scary news about seafood: Most of us are not eating nearly enough of it. A whopping 80 to 90 percent of Americans do not get the recommended minimum[ READ MORE ]
At school districts around the country, farm to school programs are looking beyond the field and out to sea. From coastal New England to the Alaskan shores, schools are incorporating[ READ MORE ]
The annual Day at the Docks Seafood Throwdown will start at noon, Saturday, September 19, 2015.
You won’t want to miss this first ever interisland throwdown!
The 2015 Seafood Throwdown[ READ MORE ]
Commercial fisherman Dewey Hemilright, NC Catch Board member, was honored by the nonprofit North Carolina Coastal Federation on July 31, 2015 for his work as an advocate for a healthy[ READ MORE ]