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for Friend of Wildlife Vol. 48 Issue 2, Summer 2000
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Among the winners of the North Carolina Wildlife Federation's Governor's Conservation Achievement Awards for 1999 are the Wildlife Conservationist of the Year, Mark Johns (Cary); Environmental Educator of the Year, Anne Rogerson Weaver (Kenly); Land Conservationist of the Year, John and Georgia Theys (Raleigh); and Conservationist of the Year, Bill Holman (Raleigh).
Demand for raw materials for global wood and paper markets, urban sprawl, and need for recreational outlets are changing North Carolina's forests and affecting wildlife populations. Manuel lists three trends in modern forestry and discusses their effect on wildlife: modular chip mills; replacing natural forests with pine plantations; and logging in publicly owned national forests.