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for Currents Vol. 27 Issue 3, Fall 2008
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With a projected population increase in North Carolina comes a projected increase in development. This development should consider taking up several of the Low Impact Development ideas to prevent nonpoint pollution through stormwater.
Ground water and surface water are connected and with an increase in private well use during the drought, the rivers and lakes that provide municipal water could suffer.
Riverkeeper Heather Jacobs lists some suggestions for legislation restricting the spraying of liquid manure on fields before a tropical storm.
Paul Ferguson explains how to safely, but effectively go paddling in winter. He also gives various options for how to dress for the potential 50 degree water encounter should the boat flip.
Several conservation groups have started an outcry against PCS Phosphate after they attempted to bypass the permitting process so they could begin mining.