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for Friend of Wildlife Vol. 33 Issue 6, Nov/Dec 1986
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Commercial fish landings on the Pamlico have decreased significantly in the past twenty years. Other problems for coastal North Carolina include shoreline erosion, loss of submerged vegetation, and runoff from agricultural land dumps.
After this year’s drought, most North Carolina farmers don’t need to be reminded how precious water is, but to the rest of us, it may not be so obvious. There is no substitute for clean water and we must practice wise use of this essential natural resource.