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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 61 Issue 7, July 1997
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Since 1987, over $27 million in grants from the N.C. Natural Heritage Trust to state agencies have preserved 36 historic and wild places, including Three Top Mountain (Ashe County) and Historic Leigh Park Farm (Durham County).
From the earliest Native American dugouts to 20th-century crafts, boat designs in the state were determined by their historical period and the inland waterways on which they were used.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission's N.C. Wild program not only teaches about ecology and natural habitats, but also utilizes skills from art, biology, geography, and language arts areas.