Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Currents Vol. 21 Issue 4, Fall 2002
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Dave McNaught explains why it is imperative that North Carolina make an active effort to employ successful conservation of natural systems or the state will not be able to support the expected growth numbers in the future.
The Pamlico-Tar River Foundation and citizens of Washington and Craven Counties are concerned about the possibility of an outlying landing field being built by the Navy. Concerns range from river use to noise pollution.
As part of the international waterways clean-up effort about 30 volunteers turned out to collect about 1200 pounds of trash over 2 hours from Jack’s Creek. Trash collected ranged from the typical beer cans and 2-liters to bike frames and a shopping cart.
Barrett Lasater explains what the Source Water Assessment Program is, what it is designed to do, and what the next steps for the program are.
Sam Toler depicts the third leg of his canoe journey down Swift Creek. He tells of the wildlife, the swampy areas, and the abandoned mills along the way.