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24080
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Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards is a non-profit organization made up of volunteers who build and maintain trails in National Forest wilderness areas. The organization fosters new generations of environmentalists and public land stewardship.
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8317
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North Carolina game lands provide an excellent source of hunting opportunities. There are eighteen wildlife management areas scattered throughout the state. Six of these are known as the Western Wildlife Management Areas. Bampton discusses the hunting opportunities in the following six areas: the Santeetlah, Fires Creek, Wayah, Standing Indian, Sherwood, and Pisgah Wildlife Management Areas.
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