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James Valentine, a North Carolina photographer, and Marguerite Schumann, a writer in Chapel Hill, collaborated on a new book called, “North Carolina.” The book features photographs and text aiming to inspire a sense of urgency about the need for environmental stewardship. Images capture natural areas, as well as cultural and historical landmarks throughout North Carolina.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 11 Issue 11, Nov 1979, p8-9, il, por Periodical Website
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Richard Chase of Hendersonville is an internationally known folklorist. For many years, Chase has collected unique English-American ballads and tales to help preserve our cultural heritage as expressed through oral literature. As he presents folklore throughout North Carolina, Chase believes that a rediscovery of our living folkways will lead to a great cultural rebirth.
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Researchers at North Carolina State University are gathering data to assess the biomass and energy values of the South’s existing forests. Forest biomass is a proven fuel source that could have substantial impact on North Carolina’s energy problem. Several industries, such as textile and brick plants are already relying on wood for an energy source.
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