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9715
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Dean discusses the work of wildlife artist Larry Barton. The Winston-Salem resident left a long career as a cartoonist four years ago to begin painting again. He is recognized as one of the leading outdoor artists in the nation.
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9714
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Many environmental groups in North Carolina work on behalf of specific rivers or a specific wildlife species. Estes discusses some of the most effective ones in the state, including the Conservation Council of North Carolina, the North Carolina Nature Conservancy, and the Eno River Association.
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9716
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The Coastal Area Management Act was enacted by the North Carolina General Assembly to regulate development in areas of environmental concern in sounds, estuaries, wetlands, barrier islands, and beaches. Taylor examines the plan after nine years of operation.