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 >
Angela Cannon and Bill Brown

VIDEOS: Faces of Our Community

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

Angela Cannon and Bill Brown: Local business owners that don't see Titan "fitting" into our community. Click here to find out why.

What's happening in STAN land?

Next Public Meeting for Plan NHC

After months of meetings, the six citizen led theme committees have drafted policies to move forward with the creation of a Comprehensive Plan for New Hanover County. On Monday, August 12, 2014 Plan NHC will hold a public meeting at the Historic NHC Courthouse Downtown from 4:00PM-7:00PM to review the recommendations and gather input from citizens. STAN is still keeping a careful watch over any future changes to the Special Use Permit and the Plan NHC process is your opportunity to be involved with the county’s planning process. Let officials know how you think New Hanover County should develop over the next 20+ years by attending the meetings and voicing your opinion. For more info visit the Plan NHC website or see the latest Action Alert.

 Free boat trips on the NE Cape Fear

STAN coalition partners have once again teamed up to offer free boat trips up the NE Cape Fear River to view the proposed site for Titan Cement by water and see the incredibly diverse ecosystem the industry would negatively effect. Don’t miss out on the next trip by making sure to follow us on facebook and sign up for Stop Titan action alerts.

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 Northeast Cape Fear Wildlife Project album on facebook.





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