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Kudzu, the so-called “plant that ate the South,” was introduced in the 1930s. It can cover entire landscapes in lush, green foliage, and while it can control erosion and feed livestock, it is considered a pest. Geographically, it is limited by the fact that it does not tolerate cold weather well.
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Rohling discusses what scientists who study the eastern box turtle have learned about these long-lived inhabitants of the state's woodlands.
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Once, longleaf pine forests dominated Eastern North Carolina. Today, only remnant stands of our official state tree remain.
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