Come join Harmonic Blue at Orton’s Underground for our live debut in Wilmington, NC. Teaming up with sustainable apparel line, HRB Movement, we are partnering with Cape Fear River Watch to raise money and awareness for the BIG Cape Fear River Clean Up!
On Friday May 31st, Harmonic Blue will be ripping through two sets of original tunes from 11 – 1, drawing influence from the times when Orton’s was hosting it’s first pool loving patrons many years ago. We are also proud to have Gentle Men open the night with a wonderful set of improvisational exploration.
Doors – 10pm
Tickets – FREE
Suggested donation – depends how much you love Cape Fear!
We hope to see you there!Posted in Uncategorized | May 15, 2013
We are pleased to announce that CFRW has won the Non Profit Category of the Greater Wilmington Business Journal Coastal Entrepreneurship Awards! Read more here…Posted in Uncategorized | May 14, 2013 Uncategorized | May 8, 2013
And the winners of our First Annual LakeFest Kayak Race are…
f you have information about pollution being spilled, dumped or discharged into the storm drainage system, which includes storm drains, ditches, swales, creeks, lakes, ponds, streets, or directly into a waterway, please
CALL THE CITY OF WILMINGTON HOTLINE 910.341.1020 or REPORT ONLINE!Posted in Uncategorized | May 6, 2013
Did you have a great time this year at lakeFest? Tell us! Please take this quick survey to provide us important feedback for next year’s event!Uncategorized | May 6, 2013
Periodic cicadas emerge only once every 13 or 17 years, depending on the species. One group of 13-year cicadas and two 17-year broods are found in North Carolina.
As NC gears up for the periodic cicadas, here is a delicious recipe for you to utilize during the brooding!
Basic Cooked Insects
1 cup cleaned cicadas
2 cups water
1 teaspoon salt & 2 dashes of pepper
1 tablespoon butter
1/2 teaspoon sage
2 tablespoons finely chopped onions
Place all ingredients in a medium sized saucepan. Bring to a boil and allow to simmer for 30 minutes or until tender. Enjoy!
Guess who made the National Fish Habitat Board for the Waters to Watch campaign for 2013? Check out #4!
1) Balmorhea Springs TX Desert Fish Habitat Partnership
2) Bear River Estuary WA Pacific Marine and Estuarine Partnership
3) Big Lake AK Mat-Su Basin Salmon Habitat Partnership
4) Cape Fear River NC Atlantic Coastal FHP/Southeast Aquatics Resources Partnership
5) Chipola River FL Southeast Aquatics Resources Partnership
6) Grape Creek CA California Fish Passage Forum
7) Lake Conroe TX Reservoir Fish Habitat Partnership
8) Leech Lake MN Midwest Glacial Lakes Fish Habitat Partnership
9) Millennium Reserve Initiative MI Midwest Glacial Lakes Fish Habitat Partnership
10) Upper Tippecanoe River IN Midwest Glacial Lakes Fish Habitat PartnershipUncategorized |