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2118
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The Division of Boating and Inland Fisheries oversees management of freshwater fishes, building and maintenance of public boating access areas, and reviewing proposed development projects for environmental impact.
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2119
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One approach to preserving the environment for future generations is to focus on education programs for youth. Two of the Division of Conservation Education's educational programs are N.C. WILD and N.C. CATCH.
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2111
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The Division of Wildlife Management is responsible for monitoring and managing the state's wildlife population, both on public and private lands, and now has added nongame, migratory, and endangered species.
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2110
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State wildlife officers receive sixteen weeks of rigorous training. Their many duties include enforcing federal and state wildlife laws, rescuing lost sportsmen, educating the public, and promoting firearms safety.
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2120
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The Division of Administrative Services provides support for all the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission's activities. Several of their duties are financial management, revenue management, and data processing.
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