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Report Says Water Quality in N.C. Streams Generally Good

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In its latest biennial report on water quality in North Carolina, the Water Quality Section of the Division of Environmental Management reports that sixty-four-percent of the state’s streams and rivers fully support their recreational uses. Agricultural runoff is identified as the most widespread contributor to stream degradation across most of the state. Other sources of pollution are summarized in this article.