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26466
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The US Environmental Protection Agency is recognizing the importance of bottomland hardwoods as habitat for a variety of wildlife. On the other hand, the Army Corp of Engineers believe these habitats can interfere with development. A recent decision by the Attorney General has sided with the EPA, giving them authority to provide protection for hardwood habitats.
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Friend O’ Wildlife (NoCar Oversize SK 431 F74x), Vol. 24 Issue (27) 7, Jul 1980, p10
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2205
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Most of the state's bottomland hardwood forests are found in the Coastal Plain along broad river flood plains. Because the forest exists in a flooding environment, the plants and animals there must adapt to the fluctuating water levels or perish.
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36456
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Joining sustainability efforts is the nonprofit American Chestnut Foundation. Factors assuring their sustainability success included partnerships with universities possessing cutting edge technological tools, a successful breeding program at Meadowview Research Farms, and advocacy of volunteers and members known familiarly as “chestnutters.”