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  • 06 Aug 2013 1:40 PM | John Jamison (Administrator)
    Go to www.naep.org for more details.
  • 05 Mar 2013 5:12 PM | Kristin Weidner

    The NCDENR Environmental Stewardship Initiative Annual Members Meeting will be March 12th in downtown Raleigh. The meeting is free and open to the public. Please refer to the pdf invitation below.

    2013InviteFinal.pdf

  • 28 Mar 2011 10:52 AM | John Jamison (Administrator)

    This is a neat article on the Museum of Natural Sciences' specimen collection off Reedy Creek Road...

    http://www.newsobserver.com/2011/03/28/1086907/if-it-ever-slithered-in-nc-its.html

  • 25 Mar 2011 2:42 PM | John Jamison (Administrator)

    http://www.fws.gov/endangered/what-we-do/recovery-champions/index.html

    Misty Buchanan
    North Carolina Natural Heritage Program                                                                              
    Raleigh, North Carolina                                                                                                           

    Rough-leaf loostrife and golden sedge

    As the North Carolina Natural Heritage Program botanist, Misty Buchanan has expanded our knowledge of the 27 listed plant species in the State through surveys that documented the number of populations, as well as their distribution, status, and health. Applying that knowledge, she has worked closely with the Plant Conservation Program, The Nature Conservancy, Wildlife Resources Commission, and land trusts on recovery initiatives throughout North Carolina. In providing expertise to the Fish and Wildlife Service—especially to field offices in Asheville and Raleigh—Misty Buchanan has helped to prepare five-year reviews, served as a peer-reviewer for draft recovery plans, helped to propose critical habitat designations for species such as the golden sedge, and provided technical assistance in biological opinions for Section 7 consultations.

  • 03 Feb 2011 2:24 PM | John Jamison (Administrator)

    This is a great article summarizing the post-Rapanos era and what may be coming from the EPA:

    http://www.martenlaw.com/newsletter/20110203-epa-prepares-new-cwa-guidance

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