Contact: Michele Walker, 919-733-2293, ext. 229, or
1-888-4RCOAST; or Michele Droszcz,
Coastal Reserves plan volunteer events for February
KITTY HAWK The N.C. Coastal
Reserves on the Outer Banks have scheduled the following events during February.
Volunteer workday at Currituck Banks
Boardwalk Friday, Feb. 13, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Volunteers will clean trails
and help with boardwalk maintenance. Meet in the reserves boardwalk parking lot,
located off Highway 12 north of Corolla.
Carolina Estuarine Reserve Foundation (CERF)
Feb. 17, 7 p.m., Kitty Hawk Woods Coastal Reserve office, 983 W. Kitty Hawk Rd. CERF
is a nonprofit friends organization that supports the N.C. Coastal Reserves through
volunteer efforts to protect our valuable natural resources. Learn more about how you can
get involved at the Outer Banks chapter CERF meeting.
Training in water quality monitoring for
volunteers Thursday, Feb. 19, 1- 4 p.m., Roanoke Island Aquarium.
Learn about water quality, what it means and how to test it during this free workshop.
Volunteer workday at
Buxton Woods Coastal Reserve Saturday,
Feb. 21, 10 a.m. Meet at the
parking area on Old Doctors Road off Highway 12 in Buxton.
For information about these activities and directions to the reserves, contact Michele
Droszcz at 252-261-8891 or Michele_Droszcz@ncnerr.org.
The N.C. Coastal Reserves protect natural areas for education, research and recreation.
The program manages more than 40,000 acres of land and marsh at 10 sites along the coast.
The state Division of Coastal Management administers the program.