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Representative Roy Taylor serves as the Eleventh District’s Congressman in Asheville, and as Chairman of the Subcommittee on National Parks and Recreation in the United States House of Representatives. In this report, Taylor discusses North Carolina’s National Parks and outdoor recreation opportunities, as well as recent legislation affecting natural resources.
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Rose Bay Oyster House is one of about twenty shucking houses in North Carolina, and the only one in the state that has its own oyster beds. Henderson Miles, a manager of the Rose Bay company, discusses oyster harvesting and some of the problems facing the oyster industry. According to Jim Brown of the Division of Commercial and Sports Fisheries, some of the problems are pollution and the lack of substrate for oysters to live.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 6 Issue 8, Aug 1974, p20-21, il, por Periodical Website
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Doug Darch’s farm in rural Wake County is one of many farms fighting for survival in the war on inflation. To meet the problems of inflation, Darch’s strategy is careful planning, wise spending, self-sufficiency, and long work hours. In this article, Darch discusses silo-building operation on his farm and the challenges he has faced with inflation.
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Rising costs and other aspects of inflation are eroding the financial resources of citizens of every level of income. This article assesses what is happening in rural North Carolina, how inflation is affecting farmers and its implications to rural electric consumers and cooperatives.
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