Monthly Archives: August 2015

Resourceful Communities Workshop: Participatory Planning and Evaluation for Stronger Projects

Saltwater Connections is a collaborative of community members and organizations united by a shared common interest in building stronger communities along the Outer Banks National Scenic Byway now and for the future.  The collaborative crafts innovative projects that share and … Continue reading

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Talk of the Villages 2015: From Local Waters to Your Plate

The annual Day at the Docks Seafood Throwdown will start at noon, this site Saturday, price September 19, 2015.  You won’t want to miss this first ever interisland throwdown! The 2015 Seafood Throwdown chefs are Taylor Rawl from The Mad … Continue reading

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Seafood Throwdown at Day at the Docks

The annual Day at the Docks Seafood Throwdown will start at noon, this site Saturday, price September 19, 2015.  You won’t want to miss this first ever interisland throwdown! The 2015 Seafood Throwdown chefs are Taylor Rawl from The Mad … Continue reading

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Funding Opportunity: The Conservation Fund’s Creating New Economies Fund

This summer two undergraduate anthropology students at East Carolina University have been working as interns for the Hyde County Office of Planning and Economic Development through the State Employees’ Credit Union Foundation public service internship program. Both interns are working … Continue reading

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BCCC to Bring Craft and Artisan Marketing Specialist to Ocracoke in November

Local Foods, order Local Places will provide direct technical support to selected communities. A team of experts will help community members develop action plans that use local foods to support healthy families and communities and to drive downtown and neighborhood … Continue reading

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