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for Friend O’ Wildlife Vol. 30 Issue 2, Mar/Apr 1983
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County wildlife programs in North Carolina involve the cooperation of local citizens, landowners, and government agencies. Each county program is tailored to manage and conserve the local wildlife resources with respect to local interests and needs.
A National Wildlife Federation study released last fall found that North Carolina and other eastern states are extremely vulnerable to the harmful effects of acid rain. In particular, both fisheries resources and the soil were found to be at greatest risk.
Carolyn Ann Repp, an eighth-grade student from Apex, North Carolina, is the winner of the 1983 National Wildlife Week Essay Contest and Pioneer Conservation Award. The theme of the contest was This Land is Your Land, Public Lands Belong To All Of Us.
Public hearings for hunting, trapping, and fishing regulations will be consolidated into a single hearing to help save the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission expenses. The commission has also adopted no-wake zones in several counties and approved the trout-stocking program for the upcoming year.