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The steeple of the historic Reaves Chapel in Navassa, North Carolina, has been restored and returned to the roof. The chapel was built in the mid-nineteenth…

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At the 2022 Our Ocean Conference, the Shark Conservation Fund (SCF) announced a new, $25 million commitment to global shark and ray conservation over five years. This investment comes after the…

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Dosher Memorial Hospital in Southport, North Carolina, received a $16,000 grant from The Orton Foundation—the North Carolina affiliate of The Moore Charitable Foundation—to purchase a…

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The Taos Ski Valley Foundation (TSVF)—an affiliate of The Moore Charitable Foundation—awarded $125,000 to The Nature Conservancy New Mexico’s Rio Grande Water Fund (RGWF) to increase the use of prescribed…

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Following years of fundraising and community efforts, restoration at Reaves Chapel has officially begun. Built in the mid-1800s, Reaves Chapel is one of the oldest…

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In a critical step toward reversing the alarming population decline of sharks, the Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act passed the U.S. House of Representatives as part of the America COMPETES…

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As world leaders and climate activists gathered in the United Kingdom for COP26, they should have been studying the U.K.’s heavy reliance on the biomass…

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October 15, 2021: In an op-ed for The Fayetteville Observer, “Venus flytrap part of what makes Fayetteville, Wilmington special and is worth preserving,” Moore Charitable…

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A new outdoor interpretive museum opened at the John N. Smith cemetery to honor nearly 2,000 African-Americans who were essential in establishing the Cape Fear…

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Prescribed fire can be used to slow the spread and decrease the intensity of wildfires that are plaguing the western half of our country. Prescribed…

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