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North Carolina Boating Maps/Locations
Maps of the State of North Carolina showing boating access areas. Link to directions and specific information.

North Carolina Boating Regulations/Permits/Operator Information
Find out about boating regulations boating in North Carolina. Every year, thousands of boating enthusiasts take to the waterways of North Carolina to fish, sail, water ski, and pursue other vessel-based recreation. To make certain that the public is safe, responsible, and free to enjoy boating activities throughout the state, the Wildlife Resources Commission enforces laws and regulations that all should observe. This site provides a single resource for obtaining all the facts you need to know.

North Carolina Boating/Waterways Publications
Find out about North Carolina Boating/Waterways Publications

North Carolina CATCH Aquatic Convservation Workshops
Workshops for educators, resource staff and youth leaders are offerings in the N.C. CATCH (Caring For Aquatics Through Conservation Habits).

North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries Fish Finder
The Fish Finder? How does it work? We've divided the fish which are commonly found in Coastal North Carolina into several categories.

North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries Kid's Pages
North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries Kid's Pages, filled with information and games and activities about fish, shellfish and crustaceans

North Carolina Division of Water Resources Home Page
North Carolina Division of Water Resources Home Page

North Carolina Environmental Education - Citizen's Guide to Neuse River EE
The Office of Environmental Education created the Teachers' Guide to Environmental Education Programs and Resources as a service to and source of information for the educators of North Carolina. The guide highlights environmental education programs offered by the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources. It includes field trips, outreach programs, professional development opportunities, and support materials for teachers. Each entry in the guide contains the following format: a summary of the type of program, audience, location, when it is offered, cost information, and a contact for further information. We encourage your questions and comments and urge you to contact the appropriate Division, Agency, or Environmental Education Center for more information on the programs listed in the guide.

North Carolina Environmental Education - Resources for the Public
Environmental education is not just for students. It is for everyone! We all make decisions every day, at work and at home, that effect our environment. It is up to everyone to be aware of and knowledgeable about the world we live in, be informed about environmental issues in their area, and have the skills needed to get involved. The Office of Environmental Education can help you be a more informed citizen of North Carolina.

North Carolina Environmental Education Centers
Environmental Education center is defined as "any facility open to the public with programs and resources which promote environmental education through programs and processes that increase awareness, knowledge, and skills, and result in understanding, making informed decisions, taking constructive action, and making the commitment to ensure stewardship of all interdependent parts of the earth's environment." The Office of EE identifies and promotes these centers throughout North Carolina.

North Carolina Environmental Education Certification Program
The North Carolina Environmental Education Certification Program is designed to reward professional development in environmental education. The Certification Program consists of 200 hours of workshops and other activities in the following components: 1.Instructional Workshops (70 hours), 2. Environmental Education Experiences in the Out-of-Doors (50 hours), 3. Knowledge of Environmental Education Resources (30 hours), 4. Teaching (30 hours), and 5. Action Partnership (20 hours). education.

North Carolina Environmental Education Clearinghouse
The Office of Environmental Education serves a coordinating role among schools, colleges, state and federal agencies, citizens groups, and the business/industrial community in promoting environmental education and natural resource stewardship.

North Carolina Environmental Education Links
Links to pages of interest to environmental educators from North Carolina or anywhere.

North Carolina Fisheries News Beat
Welcome to News Beat, your one-stop shop for Fisheries News and Information. You can find the latest News Releases, Public Meeting Notices, Proclamations and more right here. All old news releases can be found in our archives.

North Carolina Fishing Maps/Locations
A map of all of North Carolina's public and community fishing areas are shown along with links and directions.

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