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9840
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Q. J. Stephenson is one of the best and most knowledgeable trappers in the country, and for over fifty years has tended his traplines in the Occoneechee section of the Roanoke River. In this Carolina Profile he talks about his life along the river, reflecting on his outdoor experiences and what the lands and resources mean to him.
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702
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North Carolina's stream watch program, now four years old, has become a model for similar programs across the country.
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6398
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From the mountains to the coast, many superb hiking trails attract hikers of all levels of ability. Scott describes ten of the trails, giving the distance, location, trailhead, and difficulty level. Hiking areas include the Pisgah National Forest and the Cape Hatteras Beach Trail.
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737
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As the Wildlife Commission's CATCH (Carolina Anglers Teach Children How) program enters its second year, more and more youngsters are learning how to fish.
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