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for Business North Carolina Vol. 10 Issue 3, Mar 1990
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Bailey compares the traditional way of preparing country ham, with the newer method that takes much less time. Traditionalists indicate that the newer, faster method is forcing them out of business.
In this series of articles called Expense Account Dining, Bailey describes CafÃƒÂ© Giorgios, located in Chapel Hill.
Rabb discusses the work of the North Carolina Chapter of the Nature Conservancy. The Conservancy buys property to protect endangered species or important habitats. Since the local chapter formed in 1977, it has bought 320,000 acres and placed it off-limits to real estate development. Almost 70 percent of the preserved land has come in as gifts, and the chapter has the support of forty-two North Carolina corporate contributors who help supply the group's land protection fund.