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While designed for flood prevention and other benefits, a watershed project can provide some unexpected beauty. The Bear Creek Watershed Project, which serves parts of Wayne, Greene and Lenoir Counties in eastern North Carolina, developed dams and a natural landscape to prevent erosion and flooding. The watershed also provides opportunities for bass fishing, nature enjoyment, and habitat for wildlife.
Alton P. Wall served thirty-eight years as executive vice president and general manager of the three corporations comprising the statewide North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation organization. This article is a tribute to Wall’s leadership in the electric industry, and discusses the progression of power, spanning from a Delco kerosene generator to nuclear power plants.