FACT
Recreational freshwater fishing in North Carolina is a $1 billion industry and directly supports over 10,000 jobs. We must continue fight Titan and protect this critical industry. Read more >
Beth Sedlock

VIDEOS: Faces of Our Community

See the many faces behind this fight. We're not who you might think.

Beth Sedlock: Grew up near two cement plants in Hudson, NY

What's happening in STAN land?

Join us on a virtual tour of the Northeast Cape Fear River and discover what makes the area so special. Between the diverse wildlife, fishing, boating and other recreational opportunities, the region has something to offer for everyone. The delicate ecosystem is not strong enough to support the huge impact the facility Titan Cement plans to build and operate along the tract featured in the video. It's a little chilly on the water right now, but be on the lookout for boat tours with the STAN coalition in the upcoming months. As always, we appreciate your continued support and engagement in the fight against Titan!

 

Bobcats, and turkeys, and bears, oh my!

The North Carolina Coastal Federation, Cape Fear River Watch and the Wildlands Network set up 20 wildlife cameras around Castle Hayne and the NE Cape Fear near the proposed Titan site. Staff regularly monitors the cameras and you’ll be amazed by some of the birds and animals have posed for some action shots. Find more wildlife photos in our face book album: Northeast Cape Fear Wildlife Camera Project.

 


 

 





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