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for Friend O’ Wildlife Vol. 24 Issue (27) 3, Mar 1980
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Woodlands provide both food and protection for many wildlife species, and often wooded areas benefit from controlled cutting and replanting. A cooperative project between NCWRC and the NC Division of Forest Resources has helped determine methods of effective clear cutting and planting.
The first stocking of striped bass has occurred in coastal North Carolina. The Cape Fear River became home to around 20,000 striped bass, some of which have been tagged for further experimentation.
1980 has been designated the ‘year of the coast’ by a coalition of environmental and urban groups seeking to offset the rapid development that is occurring on the coastline.