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4319
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The North Carolina Writers' Network was conceived in 1982 by a small writing group at Guilford College in Greensboro. From this beginning, the network has grown to over 1,800 members, increased its budget, and started annual conferences for hundreds of writers, featuring seminars, workshops, and readings. The network also offers critiquing services, contacts, resources, and advice.
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5472
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Many a weekend fisherman has dreamed of being paid to travel around the country and compete in fishing tournaments. North Carolina's Guy Eaker, David Fritts, Hank Parker, Gerald Beck, and Chris Elliott talk about what it takes to become a professional bass fisherman - a lot of hard work and very little glamour.
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11961
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Clear-cutting is a technique that allows trees to be cut then ground into wood chips on the spot. Over the past several decades this practice has gotten a bad reputation. Hart discusses benefits that come from forests that are managed by cutting timber.
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4785
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Many duck hunters enjoy hunting on the big salt marshes along the Carolina coast. However, good duck hunting can be found closer to home along small rivers and on beaver ponds.
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5720
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Between 70,000 and 80,000 tundra swans winter in North Carolina, the highest population along the Atlantic Flyway. Unregulated hunting caused the population to drop in the 1930s, and restrictions were put on hunters. This restored the swans to today's levels. In 1984, a limited hunting season began. Only a limited number of hunting permits are issued, and hunters are allowed a bag limit of only one swan.
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