GREEN TIE AWARD RECIPIENTS - DR. LARRY CAHOON AND DR. DETLEF KNAPPE CONGRATULATIONS TO DR. LARRY CAHOON AND DR. DETLEF KNAPPE! Dr. Cahoon and Dr. Knappe were honored with the Green Tie Award by the NC League of Conservation Voters.
2nd QUARTERLY MEETING - FISH PASSAGE On May 22, 2018 the 2nd Quarterly Meeting of the Fish Passage Committee was held at the UNCW Center for Marine Sciences. Introductions and Annoucements MFC nominated region 4 strategic habitat areas in all 4 coastal
SUSTAINABLE RIVERS PROGRAM UPDATE PROGRESS & UPDATES Multiple members of the Cape Fear River Partnership recently participated in the launch of the Cape Fear River into the Sustainable Rivers Program. For some background, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and the US
ASSESSING AQUATIC CONNECTIVITY IN THE BLACK RIVER WATERSHED PROJECT GRANTS & UPDATES Cape Fear Resource Conservation and Development recently received a $130,000 grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and $50,000 from Bladen County to assess, rank, and prioritize
ONE MAN'S VISION FOR THE BLACK RIVER ONGOING EFFORTS TO DESIGNATE THE BLACK RIVER AS A STATE PARK From Charles Robbins: As the owner of Cape Fear River Adventures in Wilmington N.C., I have the pleasure of taking people through
POTENTIALLY HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS REPORTED ACROSS NC HOW WE ARE HELPING The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has developed an Algal Bloom Portal Map showing reported blooms across the state of North Carolina. The Cape Fear River Partnership is aiding
RIVER MONSTERS FOR WORLD FISH MIGRATION DAY 2018! Cape Fear River Watch is sponsoring World Fish Migration Day, April 21, 2018 in Wilmington, NC at Hugh McCrae Park as part of Earth Day festivities. Please go out and support World Fish Migration
THE CAPE FEAR RIVER BLUEPRINT COASTAL RESTORATION ACTION PLAN A VISION FOR THE LOWER ESTUARY ABOUT THE BLUEPRINT After the Titan fight and the Federation’s efforts to improve the Special Use Permit for NHC, we recognized while a lot of
ONGOING LOCK AND DAM FISH PASSAGE EFFORTS SUMMARY Restoring Access to Historic Migratory Fish Habitat in the Cape Fear River Basin; Lock and Dams 1, 2 and 3 proposes a comprehensive watershed based strategy to improve the resilience of anadromous
DAM REMOVAL UPDATES PROJECT UPDATE 2014/2015 Action Items Over the past year, a sub-group of the Cape Fear River Partnership has been actively working to identify high priority barriers in the basin to remove or bypass to benefit anadromous fishes.