Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Friend O’ Wildlife Vol. 28 Issue 2, Feb 1981
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Peat, a highly organic matter in swampy coastal areas, is being studied as an energy source; however, the runoff from peat mining operations can change the salinity for sensitive shellfish habitats if not safeguarded against.
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission’s Division of Boating program is training 85,000 junior high school students on the importance of boater safety across the state.
Conservationists are butting heads with developers on whether or not to stabilize Oregon Inlet. Opposition to a proposed jetty construction sites failures of such projects in other states.
Plans to increase groundwater withdrawals and divert surface water to alleviate Tidewater Virginia’s recent water shortage could potentially lower water levels in North Carolina.
Changes to game laws in North Carolina will no longer required hunters to use plugged shotguns for hunting small game, except for migratory birds.
The National Wild Turkey Federation recently provided supplies to the North Carolina wild turkey restoration program.