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COASTWATCH Spring 2004 Issue
NORTH CAROLINA SEAFOOD SHIMMERS UNDER LIGHTS
AT FAMED FULTON FISH MARKET
Ann Green takes readers on a daylong truck ride from the loading dock at
Wanchese Seafood to the crowded fish market in New York City. Come
along to see how North Carolina seafood is marketed around the world.
KEEPING THE COAST SECURE FOR THE FUTURE
Coastkeepers, licensed by the North Carolina Coastal Federation, are
organizing citizens to be a concerted voice for coastal resources. Pam Smith
introduces three environmental "guardians" who patrol the vast coast by
boat, plane, canoe and truck.
SUCCESS STORIES FLOW ALONG THE NEUSE
Five years after stringent "Neuse Rules" were put in place to curb pollution,
improvements can be measured — one project at a time. Lilly Loughner
shares some success stories.
Spring is Just a Book Away
Signs of spring are everywhere in North Carolina — from the mountains
to the coast. Celebrate the new season by delving into the pages of a few
books that reveal the changing landscape.
PEOPLE & PLACES:
Cape Lookout Lighthouse Will Get Facelift
The lighthouse has been a landmark for mariners for years. Several folks
who grew up on Cape Lookout share childhood memories of playing in
the lighthouse and helping the keeper with his duties.
Value-Added Products Boost Sales at Seafood Companies
Rose Bay Oyster Company and other companies are launching several
value-added products — from a bacon-wrapped oyster to a lobster morsel.
Ann Green follows Canadian seafood buyers on a tour of the oyster company.
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