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for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , Autumn 2002
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Restoring degraded inland streams is critical to protecting the health of the state's estuarine systems. Rocky Branch, which flows a mile through the North Carolina State University campus before emptying into Walnut Creek, was designated in 1978 as \"the most polluted urban stream in North Carolina.\" Smith describes the steps being taken at a cost of $4 million to restore this once pristine waterway.
The CSS Neuse was an ironclad built at Kinston between 1862 and 1864. Although her career in service might be called less than glorious, the ship represented the newest technology of its time. The scuttled ship was raised from the river bottom in 1965, and the remains are displayed at the CSS Neuse State Historic Site in Kinston.
Alger G. Willis Fishing Camps, located on Core Banks, the southern part of the Cape Lookout National Seashore, have attracted anglers for over fifty years. Green describes the camps' history and what changes the years have brought.