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*NEWS RELEASE: Aug. 1, 2015 -
USDA and Resource Institute announce availability of funds through the Regional Conservation Partnership program. more

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NC Stream Restoration is Made In The Shade

9/27/16 - When it comes to stream restoration in North Carolina, much attention often is paid to restoring natural stream function, but a growing body of evidence points to the importance of "looking up" when it comes to such more

NC Town Links People/Nature

8/26/16 - Much attention has been paid to revitalizing downtowns in North Carolina by adding storefronts and parking garages. But one town has learned that they can build up their community with the natural landscape that was there to begin with... read more

Minimizing Fire and Flood Damage in Colorado

7/18/16 - One major point of discussion at the Rocky Mountain Stream Restoration Conference was the fires and floods of 2012 and 2013 that caused billions of dollars in damage... read more

NC Farmers Plant Seeds of Water and Stream Conservation

6/6/16 - Farm owners are connecting with water conservation groups to do what the farmers can to maintain and protect the waterways... read more

Bird’s-Eye View

6/19/15 - Tanglewood opens Yadkin River Nature Trail... read more

Fly fishing for a cause

4/17/15 - Casting for Hope, a local nonprofit supporting women in Western North Carolina who are living with ovarian or other gynecological cancers, was hosting its flagship fundraiser, a Gold Level fly fishing competition... read more


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Lincolnton stream - read
My. Airy Greenway Bids - read
Mt. Airy Greenway Plans - read
Mt. Airy Stormwater Project - read
A Day on the Ararat - read
College project new direction- read
Community college project - read
Winter Fishing - read
Tales from the Stream - read
Trout, trout let them all out - read
Mount Airy to link greenways - read
Southport's Waterfront - read
Trout fishing in the Ararat - read
Expo at Riverside Park - read
Ararat River restoration - read
Classroom project is fishy - read
San Antonio group visits - read
Ararat River project drawing interest - read
Veteran conservationist driven by love for outdoors - read
RI awarded for excellent service - read



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