FOR MORE THAN THREE DECADES, it has been North Carolina Sea Grant's mission to provide science-based research, education and outreach opportunities relating to current issues affecting the North Carolina coast and its communities.
We endeavor to connect all who benefit from North Carolina's coast to the programs we provide.
We strive to be active in North Carolina's coastal communities and work hard to keep current with their evolving needs.
We actively share our resources on a variety of topics, including commercial and recreational fisheries, habitats, seafood science and technology, marine education, law and policy, coastal hazards and community development.
Our track record is unparalleled for bringing business owners, institutional experts, government agencies and community leaders together to learn about our coast and from one another.
Our research has been instrumental in bringing issues critical to maintaining the health of our coastal resources to the forefront of state and federal policy.
Support our mission by donating to the North Carolina Sea Grant Program Enhancement Fund. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. As a friend of North Carolina Sea Grant, you help us maintain a link to cheap fosamaxresearch and resources for a healthier North Carolina coast, for all who work, live or play there.
Thank you for supporting North Carolina Sea Grant. Your investment in our mission is greatly appreciated.
North Carolina Sea Grant Program Enhancement Fund
To make an online contribution, go to NC State Foundation. Choose the check box for a fund not listed in the drop-down menu. Then enter North Carolina Sea Grant Program Enhancement Fund and note the amount.
To mail in a gift, please use the form below. Checks should be made payable to the "NC State Foundation" with "NC Sea Grant Enhancement Fund" written in the memo field.
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Mail your contribution to:
North Carolina Sea Grant
North Carolina State University
Raleigh NC 27695-8605
If you have questions, call Sandra Harris at 919/515-9101 or email
North Carolina Sea Grant: Your link to research and resources for a healthier coast