Monthly Archives: April 2016

East Carteret Students Study Blue Crabs – Video

East Carteret High School students visited a localĀ  blue crab shedding operation and then learned how to cook soft shell crabs as part of a Creating New Economies Grant awarded by the Resourceful Communities Program at The Conservation Fund to … Continue reading

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East Carteret and Cape Hatteras Schools Collaboration

Cape Hatteras Secondary School carpentry students installed the food program’s new fish cleaning table last week. The table was made by East Carteret High School’s marine trades class taught by Zack Davis and was gifted to the Cape Hatteras food … Continue reading

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A Journey Though History and Culture

Harkers Island, order North Carolina (December 2, 2015) – Students and teachers at East Carteret High School in Beaufort and Cape Hatteras Secondary School of Coastal Studies in Buxton are working together to build healthier local communities and economies.   … Continue reading

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Launching the Outer Banks Scenic Byway

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is offering a FREE Summer Enrichment Program to educate NC high school students about the science of climate change. Students will learn what climate change is, abortion how is can affect their health and … Continue reading

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New Research Projects Focus on Coastal Community Collaborations

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