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for Carolina Country Vol. 39 Issue 7, July 2007
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When Ocracoke Island's last fish house closed, not only were fishermen affected but also the island's culture and way of life. The Ocracoke experience was one more example of what has been happening to traditional waterfront activities along North Carolina's coastline in recent years. A way of life has been fading behind shiny new condos and marina developments. Smith describes how the island's citizens responded to the loss of the last fish house.
The first edition of the North Carolina Agricultural Review, published by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture, came off the press in 1926. It is mailed at no charge to any North Carolina citizen who requests it, and today over 60,000 people receive it. Its mission has remained the same for the past eighty-one years -- to help farmers sell their products.