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13474
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The Western North Carolina Associated Communities has begun improvements and beatification of roadsides in the western part of the state. Tree planting, debris collection, and the creation of roadside turn-outs and picnic areas, describe the immediate efforts of the organization.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 20 Issue 9, Aug 1952, p5, 19, il
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Record #:
701
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A partnership between private groups and state government is playing a big role in funding the protection of unique natural areas like the Walcott Tract in North Carolina.
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3337
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Since 1987, over $27 million in grants from the N.C. Natural Heritage Trust to state agencies have preserved 36 historic and wild places, including Three Top Mountain (Ashe County) and Historic Leigh Park Farm (Durham County).
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31525
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North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park is home to business firms, government agencies, and modern research facilities, as well as 5,400 acres of landscaping. Since the beginning, the Triangle was planned as an attractive location with the assistance of soil conservationists. A careful landscape plan included conservation measures to prevent erosion and provide a scene of natural beauty.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 12 Issue 5, May 1980, p15, il, por Periodical Website