Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
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North Carolina’s environmental beach clinics started as an experiment by the Soil Conservation Service four years and continue to be successful. The purpose of the beach clinics was to promote the use of newly developed beach grasses and other vegetation to protect dunes and ocean-front property from eroding or washing away. Participants in the beach clinics learn about native vegetation, planting techniques, and coastal erosion.
Boone, North Carolina is a mountain village, university town, tourist mecca, and industrial center, drawing people in for a variety of reasons. This article profiles Boone and highlights various tourist attractions, such as ski resorts, the Winebarger’s Grist Mill, hang gliding school, and crafts.